South Park: The Stick of Truth Censored Scene Comparison

By   /   Mar 4, 2014

Eurogamer has released a video comparison for South Park: The Stick of Truth, playing versions for both Europe and America. In it, the censored scenes can be seen along with their uncut counterpart.

Please be aware that all following material contains spoilers.

Spoilers, we said.

There are two major segments that will not be viewable or playable in the European version. One of them is a sexually tinted scene during an alien abduction.

In this first act, the player is taken aboard a spaceship, where many fellow South Park residents are strapped down and detained. While trapped, the people laid out on various tables nearby get probes anally inserted. This includes Mr. Mackey and Mr. Slave.

A short cut after that, there is a mini-game that occurs during the anal probing on the player. While dildo-shaped rods are jammed up the protagonist’s rectum, it’s possible to press a button to fill a bar. Doing so will clench your sphincter and destroy the probes.

In another act of South Park: The Stick of Truth, the player goes through an abortion procedure, which somehow doctors have no problem doing on a child nor on someone’s rectum. Anyway, this is also cut up in two parts.

In the first reel, the censored version omits the small mini-game where the doctor inserts the suction vacuum and the protagonist once more destroys the apparatus through sheer clenching force. This prompts the doctor to leave.

In a follow-up, the player is charged with giving Stan’s dad, Randy, an abortion while armed men watch upon the dude dressed up as a woman. Here, the mini-game is a little more diverse and includes anesthesia, dilation and insertion.

While the first scene in South Park: The Stick of Truth is pretty graphic, the abortion games are played from the perspective of those getting the procedure and contain little to no controversial material.

So much for the stereotypes that America is prudish and Europe is a liberal wonderland where anything is possible. If you’re turned out by having these short clips cut, you can still play the uncensored version of South Park: The Stick of Truth on PC.

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