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  • Summary: Bring the Crunch adds a whole new story campaign and "Final Girl" superhero class to South Park: The Fractured But Whole. In Bring the Crunch, your newest buddy, Mint-Berry Crunch, aka Bradley Biggle, aka Gok-zarah, has just arrived from his home planet of Kokujon with the tremendous powerBring the Crunch adds a whole new story campaign and "Final Girl" superhero class to South Park: The Fractured But Whole. In Bring the Crunch, your newest buddy, Mint-Berry Crunch, aka Bradley Biggle, aka Gok-zarah, has just arrived from his home planet of Kokujon with the tremendous power of mint and berries. Meanwhile, an idyllic summer at Lake Tardicaca turns into a nightmare when the camp counselors go missing. With the fate of summer camp in jeopardy, Fastpass sends out a Coonstagram distress signal. Team up with FastPass, Doctor Timothy, Professor Chaos and the newest member of the Coon & Friends, Mintberry Crunch, to save summer camp. [Ubisoft] Expand

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  1. CD-Action
    Dec 4, 2018
    80
    The new character class (the Final Girl) quickly became my favourite and I think I enjoyed this well-written, fun slasher parody more than The Fractured but Whole itself. The DLC is quite short (I did everything there was to do in three hours), but I actually appreciated that, as I found the original campaign to be dragged out mercilessly and pointlessly. Definitely the best DLC for The Fractured but Whole. [10/2018, p.63]
  2. Aug 7, 2018
    78
    A game of balance not always oiled to perfection, but still able to offer South Park fans a pleasant addition to the superomist adventures of the rookie.
  3. Jul 30, 2018
    75
    Bring the Crunch is another notch in the belt for South Park: The Fractured But Whole, offering fans another reason to come back to Colorado. Sure, if you aren’t a huge fan of the first game, this DLC isn’t going to change your mind. But this horror-themed storyline is going to be enough to keep most series’ fans going until the next season starts up.
  4. Aug 13, 2018
    66
    It’s short length, lack of content, and unnecessary boss battles to pad the run time of an already short experience feel weak compared to the insane and wild content of the base game itself.
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  1. Aug 5, 2018
    8
    Perhaps five dollars too much for such short length, but I had fun with this.

    Like the rest of the game, this is really funny. This
    Perhaps five dollars too much for such short length, but I had fun with this.

    Like the rest of the game, this is really funny. This installment is a bit of a slasher-flick parody, taking place at a summer camp. Though, like a lot of South Park, events go in unexpected and inventive ways. Loved the ending. Best part is we get the spooky auto mechanic who warns you not to go down that road. And then he just keeps showing up and giving commentary.

    However, the plot isn't as strong as the last DLC, often relying on large stretches of puzzles to pad the run-time. The puzzles aren't bad per se, they just get a little tiresome. Bring on the Crunch also recycles the Spontaneous Bootay fight from the main game, but make it isn't as difficult resulting in me wondering what was the point.. You can't can't play with any of the main four boys. You miss their personalities, although you do have Jimmy and he's pretty good with the jokes.

    Considering that Fratured but Whole is a supehero game, it was odd that we couldn't play as their existing superhero Mintberry Crunch till now. He offers an interesting skill set that is high on defense but also has an effective super attack. You get the new class Final Girl, which offers an interesting skill set. Best part is the final attack, which lets you eliminate all weakened enemies.

    The game also has some decent side-quests, You can take selfies with ghosts, you can achieve various camp patches for achieving the side-quests, and participate in a crazy parody ofR PG fishing sidequests (which is a lot more fun than them.)

    Personally, I thought the story was funny enough to warrant purchase, but if you weren't a fan of the first DLC From Dusk till Casa Bonita, then this probably won't be for you.
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