South Park's Game of Thrones-esque console wars continue

The latest episode of South Park continues the "console wars as Game of Thrones" theme fromĀ last week's episode.

In "A Song of Ass and Fire," the children of South Park have been divided in two, with one faction under King Cartman (who is also a wizard) siding with Xbox One and another pledging allegiance to Princess Kenny and the PlayStation 4. Tensions mount as Black Friday approaches, with various kids looking elsewhere for help: Microsoft, Sony and even A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin.

The end of the episode leaves off on a cliffhanger, suggesting that the matter will be resolved next week in a Black Friday bloodbath.

TheĀ full episode can be watched on the South Park site.

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