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Xbox One and PS4 battle given the South Park treatment

Ahead of the next-gen console releases, the Xbox One vs PS4 battle has been given the South Park treatment.

With the rivalry between the Xbox 360 and PS3 follow-ons hitting fever pitch as the two consoles are readied for launch, South Park creators Matt Parker and Trey Stone have put the fate of the next-gen gamers at the hands, and sharp tongues,  of the cartoon sitcom’s cast.

With Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman all eager to get their mitts on the next-gen consoles, the kids of South Park plot a way to get their hands on the upcoming devices.

However, with decisions split between which is better, the benefits and negatives of both the Xbox One and PS4 are pulled apart in typical South Park style.

Areas of the consoles to come under attack include the Xbox One price, the touch pad hosting PS4 controller and the online trolls of both who have plagued the internet for months fighting the corners of the consoles they have yet to play.

With the Xbox One release date set for November 22 and the PS4 release date in the UK just seven days later, what better way to warm up than by checking out the South Park clip below.

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