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Family Guy

Platform : Xbox
Rated: Mature
3.5 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
Metascore: 53 / 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: Xbox

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: Xbox
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000GDJJOY
  • 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 (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,358 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: Xbox
When I first saw that this was on sale I had to have it.

I am pleased over all. The voices are all there, the action is fun, my only complaint is that the Brian levels are all sneaking around and if you don't get it right you end up in re-play hell. The mini games are pretty entertaining, many of them are easy to fail because you are too busy laughing to figure out what to do. Once you get a hang of it they are really fun. The game did get just a little repetitive towards the end but over all I liked it. I do suggest this game even if it is kind of short its a lot of fun.

Not much on re-play value, you get to play the mini games but I would have liked a few more extras, maybe a fighting game like the one they had on line.

If your not a fan or don't know the show too well then rent it.

It is worth Checking out.
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Fans of the television show will get a kick out of what amounts to an extra full bonus episode of Family Guy, with voices by some actual cast members and cool animation, great jokes and sight gags, and some of those random, non-sequitirs that the show is known for. I do feel that the game is fun enough to recommend, but ONLY if you can find the game for $5.00 (five dollars) or less. Otherwise, you're better off putting that money towards DVDs of the show itself. The problem is that because of the strange thought process the game's designers put into it, you may quickly grow too frustrated to care about getting to the end, to see all of the parts of the bonus episode. (You do get to see segments as you complete pairs of levels, but that's pretty much the only reward for completing the game...) My version is on the original XBox gaming system.

The premise of the game is okay, if not slightly disappointing that while you see many of the show's characters, most don't speak, and you only can play as three of them... But on the bright side, those three are Peter, Stewie, and Brian. You don't get to choose when, but you get to play as all three, as the game is laid out where the levels alternate with a different character. All of Stewie's levels are intellectually based involving strategy, ray guns, minor puzzles, Peter's levels are fun fighting/brawlfests, and Brian's are all stealth missions, where you have to hide and sneak around. While Peter's and Stewie missions are a blast, the problem is that Brian's levels are the hardest and not remotely as fun as Peter's or Stewie's to warrant being that difficult. Peter and Stewie's levels are the type you hope will never end and they feel like they go by too soon, whereas Brian's levels feel like a punishment, or a deep level of purgatory.
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The game is very, very hard on the Brian levels. They are very frustrating to play and not much fun. Otherwise, the other levels are pretty easy. You will have to play mini-games that are strange. If you succeed on Stewie's mini-games, you will get 10 bullets for his gun which helps sometimes. If you succeed on Brian's mini-games, you will turn invincible for a few seconds, which doesn't really help. If you succeed on Peter's mini-games, you will give Peter more food. Rent rather than buy this game.

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This game may be some what entertaining, but Brian's parts are really hard to get past unless you look them up on the internet. I beat this game in five days, and you don't get anything special once you beat it. You would be better off renting this game than paying $30 for something you will only play for a week.
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Family Guy is a show that needs no introduction. Seth Macfarlane's cartoon comedy is a phenomenon that has become a pop culture icon in recent years, especially with the show's revival on Fox. Like any popular brand, the show's been transformed into a video game. High Voltage Software and 2K Games have created a game that captures the essence of the show but forces a little bit of its humor into some very unimpressive gameplay experiences, ultimately resulting in a game that stands as a better collector's item than anything else. As a huge fan of the series, this is extremely disappointing to me.

Family Guy: Video Game! throws you into a long, drawn-out series of episodes from the show. You'll recognize the PTV episode, the one where Stewie shrinks and goes inside Peter's body, the one where Peter goes to Cheesie Charlie's, and more. You'll play as three of Macfarlane's crazy characters, and all three of them are voiced by Macfarlane himself. You'll sneak around avoiding capture and peeing on things as Brian the dog. You'll zap pesky nurses and infiltrate the inside of Peter's body as Stewie. As Peter, you'll fight against armies of children, old people, and annoying mimes.

All three of the characters have a different genre attached to their experience. Stewie's missions follow a basic action-platform style quite similar to Ratchet & Clank. Brian's missions are a throwback to pattern-based stealth games. Lastly, Peter's missions resemble any 2D side-scrolling action game from the early 90's, like Final Fight and even River City Ransom. Unfortunately, none of the three genres that are used here are pulled off well. Stewie's missions are annoying because they constantly have you firing your gun at idiotic characters and jumping around with a terrible feeling of perspective.
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