'South Park' Video Game Trailer Has Arrived and Yes, It's NSFW

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The E3 Expo is here and for the next few days the convention center in downtown Los Angeles is home to all of the latest and greatest video games that will be hitting your favorite consoles in the months to come. And the guys over at 'South Park' have teamed up with THQ for what may very well be the greatest.

The brand new trailer for the upcoming 'South Park' game 'The Stick of Truth' has now been released and it looks like an episode of South Park that you'll be playing instead of watching. All of the familiar characters are here, as well as the raunchiness (hint: you can light your own farts) and foul language that has made the series so popular over the last ten plus years.

Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone spoke at the Microsoft keynote address and Parker said this of the game:

How many times have you been watching an episode of South Park and thought, 'I'd like to be able to watch this on my television, while hooked into my mobile device, which is controlled by my tablet device, which is hooked into my oven,' all while sitting in the refrigerator?

The game will be available for the XBox 360, Playstation 3 and PC on March 5th, 2013. According to Gamezone, 360 owners will receive additional pre-order bonus content called the "Mysterion Superhero Pack."

THQ also announced three additional downloadable episode packs will be hitting the 360 before the other systems, and will feature their own standalone adventures.

Looks like it's a fun time for us fans of South Park! We're anxiously awaiting the game's release so we can team up and defeat animated evil together. Check out the trailer (with foul language) below.

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