Black Friday Console Wars Continue in Part Two of South Park's 'A Song of Ass and Fire'

November 21, 2013 - GamePolitics Staff

Part two of South Park's "A Song of Ass and Fire" aired last night, continuing the storyline about Black Friday and Xbox One v. PS4 fanboy wars. Cartman's Xbox One crew goes head-to-head with Kenny's small group of PS4 fanboys in an epic Black Friday battle at the South Park Mall. All of the boys in this week's episode are dressed as they will be in Obsidian Entertainment's RPG, South Park: The Stick of Truth - due out in March 2014.

There's even a bonus Princess Kenny anime intro at some point in the show. If you live in the U.S., you can check out the second half of "A Song of Ass and Fire" at South Park Studios.

Source: Joystiq

Update: corrected the first line of this story to indicate (as one of our readers pointed out) that this story arc is not yet complete.

 

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Re: Black Friday Console Wars Continue in Part Two of South ...

How about "If you live in the US" since the rest of America does NOT have access?

Re: Black Friday Console Wars Continue in Part Two of South ...

I'm sure that was meant to be short for United States of America rather than North America but I'll change it.

 

Andrew Eisen

Re: Black Friday Console Wars Continue in Part Two of South ...

Also, I don't remember GoT being so hung-up on dicks.  I recall seeing more bare breasts and female frontal nudity than anything else.  But I guess Stone and Parker already kind of went over that on "Major Boobage."  Still it once again shows how their comedy misses the mark as often as they get it.

Re: Black Friday Console Wars Continue in Part Two of South ...

It could also be they are feeding off the 'any penis is too much penis' feeling.

Re: Black Friday Console Wars Continue in Part Two of South ...

I would not really call this 'finishing up' since it looks like it is still 'to be continued'.

 
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