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Apparently Kanye West wanted to make a game about his dead mom going to heaven? For the people who followed the exploits of the attention-mining hack who couldn’t buy talent even if Kim Kardashian sold her weight in cellulite for cash, the ripping and tearing of Kanye West is made completely clear in the going-gold trailer for South Park: The Fractured But Whole.
Unlike other going-gold trailers that rely on recycling the same old footage over and over again, Ubisoft’s going gold trailer for South Park featured the player character teaming up with Seaman, as they attempt to help a gay fish send his dead mom to heaven. You can check out the trailer below.
After the hero and Seaman take hold of the gay fish’s fin, they fly into the air toward Valhalla where the gay fish’s black-as-night mom is flying around on a unicorn. They end up helping the mom get into heaven by playing a sped up version of Flappy Bird. I’m assuming in the full thing it won’t be sped up… I hope?
Anyway, after the gay fish’s mom makes it into heaven, the trailer reminds gamers that South Park: The Fractured But Whole is due for release on October 17th for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
Some of the people in the comment section, however, had the butthole of their feelings fractured by Matt and Trey poking fun at the gay fish and his dead mom. Apparently some people actually like Kanye West and felt the joke was in bad taste. For people who don’t regularly clog up their news feed with pop-culture trash, they just saw a funny clip about a gay fish and his black mom trying to get into heaven.
Some complained that NeoGaf was butthurt over the trailer as well, but after checking the thread some of them were completely fine with the trailer and others were happy that the developers were able to completely make fun of a meme about Kanye, his dead mother, and a gay fish.
If you aren’t easily offended or butthurt about whiny rappers being whiny, you can look for South Park: The Fractured But Whole to launch on October 17th for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
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