Check out the two scenes that were removed from the Australian, European, African, and Middle Eastern releases of South Park: The Stick of Truth.
South Park wouldn’t be South Park without a healthy dose of controversy, so it should come as no surprise that the just-released Stick of Truth South Park video game has its fair share. Originally, when it was revealed that the game would be censored in Australia, absolutely no-one was surprised, as Australia censors pretty much everything these days. What was a little more surprising was the news that the same offending scenes would be cut from the European, African, and Middle Eastern versions of the game, replaced with this image instead.
Thankfully, for all our Australian, European, African and Middle Eastern Escapists, the review copy I received was completely uncensored, and I have uploaded video footage of the two censored sequences for you to enjoy (and stick it to your censorship boards).
First up is the “anal probing sequence,” in which the player character is dragged past three other characters who are being actively probed, is then probed himself, and then has to help rescue Randy Marsh without accidentally probing him. Obviously, this comes with a spoiler warning and is very, very NSFW.
The second sequence, the “abortion sequence”, starts with the doctor performing an abortion on the player character, and ends up with the player performing an abortion on, once again, Randy Marsh (poor Randy).
So there you have it. To be honest, I think there are much worse scenes in the game, for example, the scene where you are shrunk down and fight the underpants gnomes on the bed your parents are having sex upon, which ends with you getting crushed by a giant ballsack. But more so than that, this is a South Park game. Who is honestly going to purchase a South Park game and then complain about explicit content?