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While Ubisoft may have been gun-shy when it came to gaming websites showcasing Cartman farting fire last week, they showed no such aversion toward methane madness during their E3 press briefing. A trailer focused on a gi-clad Stan Marsh teaching a young tyke the “Nagasaki,” a farting maneuver that leaves opponents vulnerable to a flurry of punches and kicks. Those of us who prefer it when South Park skewers pop culture and politics have found the recent toiler-humor hype behind this game a little off-putting, but Ubisoft revealed—via the mouth of Cartman, no less—that we’ll finally get our hands on Obsidian’s oft-delayed RPG this holiday season (or “a holiday in some year,” as Cartman put it).

Ubisoft Dates South Park: The Stick of Truth for Holiday 2013

By Andrew Fitch | 06/10/2013 05:36 PM PT

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While Ubisoft may have been gun-shy when it came to gaming websites showcasing Cartman farting fire last week, they showed no such aversion toward methane madness during their E3 press briefing. A trailer focused on a gi-clad Stan Marsh teaching a young tyke the “Nagasaki,” a farting maneuver that leaves opponents vulnerable to a flurry of punches and kicks. Those of us who prefer it when South Park skewers pop culture and politics have found the recent toiler-humor hype behind this game a little off-putting, but Ubisoft revealed—via the mouth of Cartman, no less—that we’ll finally get our hands on Obsidian’s oft-delayed RPG this holiday season (or “a holiday in some year,” as Cartman put it).

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