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Family Guy - PlayStation 2 (Collector's)

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Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Mature
3.5 out of 5 stars 58 customer reviews
Metascore: 50 / 100

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  • Play as three popular characters from the show - The loveable Peter, the diabolical Stewie and the charismatic Brian
  • Freakin' Sweet gameplay switches back and forth to each character throughout the game
  • Unique combination of combat, stealth and puzzle-solving gameplay
  • Take part in the jokes, parodies and sarcasm as if you were part of the show
  • Visit familiar locations around Quahog and interact with characters from the show. Giggity!
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Product Description

Platform: PlayStation2

Family Guy lets you control the kind of over-the-top action you'd see in the popular cartoon. Play through three stories that intersect in typical Family Guy fashion. Be Stewie and match wits against his brother and arch-nemesis Bertram as they vie to take over the world. Take control of Peter and fight to stop Mr. Belvedere who he thinks is trying to take over the world. Slip on a collar and down a martini as Brian attempt to escape prison and prove your innocence in a puppy parental case gone awry. Family Guy wouldn't be complete without the random funny things, satirizing pop-culture, that jump out and seemingly have no place in the flow of the story - now you can actually play them!

Product Details

Platform: PlayStation2
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  • ASIN: B000GDJJP8
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 2, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,793 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Platform for Display: PlayStation2
The Family Guy game tries to do many different things and fails at nearly all of them. The game is laugh out loud funny, but that is the only good aspect. It contains at least 3 different games, two of which are awful. But unfortunately even for a game this short, they all get boring and repetitive.
The Stewie part is a basic platformer where you will shoot enemies and jump around. It has brief moments of greatness, for example the under utilized mind control ray. But these levels, especially after he gets shrunk and voyages into a person, are repetitive and bland.
Brian's part is a stealth game and is just terrible. Did you ever play games where you have to memorize the pattern of patroling units like Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty? If you did you may remember it being frustrating and you probably failed many times. Literally that is the entirety of Brian's game - a different room with different guards over and over again.
Peter's part is a basic smash-em-up, with a slight twist. You can kick and punch (also some special moves) but enemies will only be vulnerable to one of those two. After a few scenes of this it gets real old and the fact that it is hard and repetitive don't help.
There are also mini games. These are the flashback, "this is worse than that one time when..." part of the game. They play out similar to Warioware games (where you get a second or two to figure out what to do and then go), but are not essential to the game - if you win you get a bonus (collectable items, temporary power) and losing doesn't cause anything negative. Generally these are usually funny or at least random.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation2
If you are a fan of Family Guy, then this game will appeal to you. If you are not a fan, you won't like this game at all. There is nothing that sets it apart from any other title, but there are a lot of jokes that will keep fans laughing. The gameplay is pretty simple to learn, but some of the mission are a little difficult. The graphics are good, and gives it a cartoon feel. I've been playing for a couple of hours, and I'm still not bored of it. I'm probably easier to please than some people, but for fans, this game isn't a total waste of money. If you are not a fan, once again I say, this isn't for you. Not because you can't have it, but only fans would appreciate this game. There are better games than this out there.
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Family Guy is one of the most talked about shows on television, hands down. It's gritty and crude humor has captivated millions, and has caused it to draw on contraversy and rivalry like no other. Every good show deserves a video game. The Simspons has received plenty, Futurama got a game, Southpark got a game. The list goes on and on. Unfortunately, like those games, Family Guy can just as easily be slapped with a "Fans only" label. Is Family Guy a good game? Well, yes and no. If you love the show, there's more gold here than you can imagine, and it does it far better than any other TV show gone video game has before. Where it suffers, is the gameplay itself.

Throughout the game you'll play as Peter, Brian, or Stewie. Each character has their own set of levels and their own story. All of which are interconnected. Each characters levels also play out far differently than any other characters. Stewie's level are platforming levels. Peter's levels are beat 'em up type levels (set up stirkingly similar to Final Fight) and Brian's levels are stealth levels. So you could say there's quite a variety here.

Stewie is once again plotting to take over the world. This time he's using Peter's satellite dish. Unfortunately Bertrand, his evil brother, is also planning to take over the world. Stewie will ultimately have to go after Bertrand. While this is happening, Peter suffers head trauma and finds himself in the hospital. When he comes to, he thinks Mr. Belvedere has kidnapped his family, and that everyone is out to get him, and now everyone is an enemy to Peter. Finally, Brian has been accused of getting Seabreeze pregnant by Lois's father, Carter Pewterschmidt. The stories eventually connect themselves, and come together.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation2
Do not buy this game unless you are a die-hard Family Guy fan. I'm not saying that non-fans shouldn't play the game, but I don't think they'll want to play it for long. First, some background information on the game. It has 22 levels. These levels are split up into sections so that your progress can be saved more frequently. This is done automatically.

In the course of the game, you will play as different characters, including Brian, who is my least favorite in this game. The reason why is that every other character that I've played as so far has a way of defending themselves against enemies. Stewie has his ray gun and mind control device. Peter has his hands and feet, but what does Brian have??? NOTHING! The only defense that Brian has in this game is to hide under tables or behind bushes and hope to God that he doesn't get the urge to pee in front of a fire hydrent. Even some of the hardest stelth games like SOCOM or the Tom Clancy serries have ways for you to defend yourself if you are discovered. I know Brian is a dog, but you'd think they would let him bite his enemies, or at least pee on them.

Like the show, the game has jokes and non-sequitters, which are interactive and very funny (Peter's outhouse scene never gets old). However, when you die in the game or get caught multiple times, these jokes get very stale.

I must confess that I am a huge fan of the TV show, and because of that, I was probably being too generous when I gave this game a three star rating :)
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