If you are anything like me, then you don’t miss a single episode of "South Park." The beauty of the show is that the creators—Trey Parker and Matt Stone—are not making fun of one specific situation or group of people; they make fun of everyone! Talk about non-discriminatory media. Of course, "South Park" has done it once again, creating a video game that goes beyond traditional role-playing games: "The Fractured But Whole." Unlike its predecessor "The Stick of Truth," this game brings new depth to the arena while not at all skimping on the humor fans know and love.

The Mission: Save Scrambles and start a Netflix series

Whether it be PS4 or Xbox One, turn on your console and start the game. You are now New Kid, master of flatulence and all things butt! Growing up and moving on from roleplaying wizards, the "South Park" friends are now kicking butt and taking names as superheroes. Joining forces with the superhero team Coon and Friends, you trek across the city of South Park, Colorado to solve the mystery and find out who has been abducting all of the cats around town, and most importantly, Scrambles.

Your arsenal of teammates, consisting of many familiar faces like Mosquito and Captain Diabetes, will travel all around town, doing everything in your power to find out who stole Scrambles, even if that means beating up anyone and everyone who stands in your way—including Butters’ dad.

Oh yeah, your friends also want to start a Netflix series about your squad, but identifying how the Marvel Universe should play out is a bit of a challenge for a group of 10-year-olds. We’ll see how the franchise treats the boys.

What about Gameplay?

While "The Stick of Truth" was an award-winning adventure, "The Fractured But Whole" offers options never before seen by players.

For the first time, players are able to choose their gender and sexuality for New Kid, and the many options range from Straight Male/Female to Non-Binary Butch/Femme Skoliosexual and other obscure identities if you’re into that. When it comes to fighting, in my opinion, "The Fractured But Whole" offers a much more appealing platform.

When fighting in "The Stick of Truth," you simply had to take turns with the other team, not moving around the board.

Now, characters have the ability to move around a grid system to strategize their attack. This feature also allows players to see where the enemy will strike on their next power attack. "South Park" fans might also remember that in the previous game, New Kid’s fart powers were magical and sorcerous. This time, the New Kid’s farts have the ability to alter time and space, pausing and rewinding time as it benefits them, which is pretty handy when it comes to fighting bosses.

"South Park" is known for its crude humor and jokes, and its reputation does not get lost in this game. Filled with snide comments, pop culture references, and (of course) potty humor, "The Fractured But Whole" brings the classic superhero game up a notch. Now get out there and go get ‘em, New Kid!