‘South Park’ Mocks Kanye West In ‘Fractured But Whole’ Video Game

Last February, Kanye West debuted his video game titled “Only One.” “I worked on a video game and I wanted to show y’all,” Kanye said during the debut. “The idea of the game is, my mom traveling through the gates of heaven.” “South Park” made their own video game delightfully titled “The Fractured But Whole.” The “South Park” crew decided to parody Kanye’s game in their game and there is a mission where you must help the mother of a gay fish get into heaven while riding a flying unicorn that is propelled by rainbow farts. “South Park” gonna “South Park.”

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“South Park: The Fractured But Whole” allows you to be a 4th-grade superhero. In the game, there are two superhero groups: The Freedom Pals and Coon and Friends, set in a sort of Marvel “Civil War”-like battle. In one part of the game as seen in the trailer above, your hero teams up with “Sea Man” (pronounced how you’d think “South Park” would pronounce it) and Gay Fish to help his dear, sweet mom get into heaven in a Flappy Birl-style video game. The gay fish is a callback to Season 13 episode titled “Fishsticks” in 2009, where Kanye falls in love with a gay fish. This time, Kanye is the gay fish.

Here’s “South Park” creators Matt Parker and Trey Parker discussing the gay fish portion of the game during Ubisoft’s E3 2016 press conference.

“South Park: The Fractured But Whole” has a release date of October 17 on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. And as an added bonus, those who purchase “SP:TFBW” will also get “South Park: The Stick of Truth.”