Oh hey you guys, ready to look upon the first TV spot for South Park: The Stick of Truth? How about two new gameplay scenes one featuring our shitty little friend and the other a Nazi ubervirus? Then behold!

Nearly three years after its announcement The Stick of Truth is finally ambling its way onto consoles and PCs in just one short month. To kick it off publisher Ubisoft has revealed the North American TV spot for the game and two gameplay scenes below.

Last month South Park creators sat down to discuss how the game got started and some behind-the-scenes look at development, check it out here. The Stick of Truth is sure to breathe some fresh controversy into South Park since playing the game is meant to feel like one long TV episode, so where will the game end and the episode start? That remands to be seen.

Australia, that den of moral decency, heavily censored the title because of issues with an animated sequence title “Alien Probing” among others. It also took issue with voices and comments in the scene hint that they are “sedated or deeply asleep” with “no indication of explicit or implicit consent is viewed in the sequence.” Clearly the board doesn't know how alien anal probing works. But instead of removing the scenes developers just pasted an image of a crying koala emblazoned with the word “CENSORED” over them.

South Park: The Stick of Truth drops on March 4 for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. Check out the links below the videos for more details.

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[Via Joystiq]