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Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse - Playstation 3

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Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse is Third-Person Shooter based on Fox Broadcasting Company's irreverent animated television show, "Family Guy." The game features Stewie Griffin the show's evil baby genius, and his foil, Brian, the Griffin family dog. The plot follows a reoccurring episodic theme from the show - the Multiverse, a virtually endless number of parallel universes, which can be visited using a remote. The game features fan favorite characters from the show, as well as 2-player co-op, and local 4-player multiplayer support.

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Stewie in an Old West showdown with an angry Amish in Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse
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Everyone's favorite foul-mouthed genius baby from TV's "Family Guy," Stewie Griffin, stars alongside his faithful booze hound Brian in the "Family Guy" event of the year: Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse. In this unique third-person shooter, players are tasked with saving Quahog from utter annihilation. Stewie and Brian team up in an original Multiverse-spanning adventure to stop Stewie's evil half-brother Bertram from destroying Quahog and everything else. Along with multiple campaign modes, players can enjoy the game with a friend in a co-op mode, as well as 4-player support in a local multiplayer mode.

Key Game Features

  • Bizarre Universes - Battle through all new demented universes that only the show's writers could create
  • Extra-Dimensional Action - Face off against whacked out foes in Infiltration and Multiverse Madness Modes
  • Create Epic Beat Downs - Switch between Brian and Stewie on the fly, or grab a friend and play in 2-player co-op mode to take down the enemies in the multiverse
  • Familiar Faces - Take the reins of 10 different characters plucked from the show and pit them against each other in 4-person local multiplayer
  • Weapons - Wield a variety of weapons in various parts of the multiverse
  • PlayStation Trophy Support - Earn PlayStation trophies as you move through the game levels

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Stewie chased by a futuristic handicapped cop in Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse
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Stewie using a flamethrower in Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse
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The Amish brandishing their crossbows in Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse
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Brian chased by the Amish in Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse
Switch between Stewie & Brian.
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Platform:PlayStation 3
ASIN B007Z3UUDW
Release date November 20, 2012
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Product Dimensions 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches
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By Tsanche VINE VOICE on November 29, 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
When it comes to the television show Family Guy, some of the best episodes out there are the ones in which Brian and Stewie travel together and actually don't feature the rest of the cast. One of the better episodes was an episode in which Brian and Stewie traveled through the Multiverse. Apparently the creators know how popular the episode is because they made a video game that was a sequel to it. Back to Multiverse can be considered fan service in just about every respect. If you really love the show and its humor you'll really love this game to a certain extent. And while it's packed full of references it's hard to say this is a game worth forking over sixty dollars for. If anything it would've easily sufficed as a downloadable game on PSN or XBOX Live Arcade. There isn't really enough content to justify the price tag (though it's sure to go down eventually).

Back to the Multiverse begins in typical Family Guy fashion. It's as though you're playing through an actual episode of the show. It plays the opening of the show--credits and all--as though this really is going to be a typical episode. It then shows Brian and Stewie. Their banter is quickly interrupted when Bertrum shows up from a different universe. He wants revenge on Stewie and is about the travel the multiverse to amass an army. It's up to Stewie and Brian to stop him by following him through the multiverse. As far as Family Guy goes, the actual synopsis for this episode is definitely pretty cool. And it's got some great humor in many respects. The cutscenes themselves are full of some nice witty banter between Brian and Stewie but once you get into the actual game only your fan devotion is likely to hold you.
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Ok Family Guy Back to the Multiverse isn't the worst game out there, but it certainly isn't the best either. Basically you play as either Stewie or Brian jumping through the multiverse to stop Bert..(whats his face). Its a pretty straight forward platform type game, a few "side" quests to do per level to unlock scenes from past episodes. However, if you already own a netflix account, hulu plus, or just happen to have the Family Guy series on DVD then you have already seen all of the unlockable episode scenes. It doesn't look like a family guy episode so don't go expecting that either. I would say the best aspects of the game are the PvP and coop modes. All in all I bought this game at the same time as I bought Skyrim, I knew I would get stuck on Skyrim so I played this first. I Played it for a total of six hours and had fun but was finding the levels to get very repetitive and tiring. Since then I have only loaded the game one other time and that was when I had company over and they wanted to play something fun. If your considering buying this there are three questions you need to ask yourself, first are you a die hard Family guy fan? (if so then get it you'll love it, if not, then maybe consider something else.) Secondly, will you be playing alone or with friends/ loved ones? (If you will be playing with others then get it, its a fun game to play with people, if your going to be playing solo maybe not the best choice.) Thirdly, are you a serious person? ( I doubt you are, your looking at a Family Guy game, but if you are more serious then I doubt you'll enjoy the low brow humor presented here, if your not a very serious person then you'll probably find this game to be to your liking.)
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I popped this game in for the first time and played it for hours. It is a stupid game but it's so fun. I'm not the serious gamer but I do enjoy setting down and indulging myself from time to time and I love this game for that purpose. Very satisfied.
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By Cody on January 15, 2013
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Bought this for my nephew for Christmas and he lives it. Can also play local coop so me and him can play it when he comes over. Highly recommend this game. If you are a family guy fan, you will love this game!
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By Net-Shop`R on December 24, 2014
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This game is loved in my house. It is not easy but you have endless lives and continues and the game does not force you to start all the way from the beginning of a level every time you die. There are auto save check points frequently were you re-start from on 1 player, and endless lives on 2 player as long as one player remains alive at all times. There is of course the crude Family Guy humor that is not suitable for children but excellent for teenagers & immature grown men!!

There is one setback. I noticed that towards level 5 if you save & quit, the save file is corrupt and will not re-open if you try to continue the game. I think it is a glitch in the programming.

But this a great gay to binge play with a friend or roomie over the weekend All Day & All Night, you could probably beat the entire game in about 15hrs.
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This game is a lot of fun its a shooter but you can do melee the main story you are Stewie and Brian and on one level your Peter and you gotta fight the chicken the game has challenge mode where you can play as other characters such as Peter Cleveland quagmire Meg Lois Chris Adam West and death the story is coop or single second player can jump in or drop out at any time there's also multiplayer against each other similar to black ops the reason it is a 4 star not a 5 is only because of the difficulty the game can get very difficult even on two player story the last level is very hard if you're playing by yourself but all in all this game is very fun
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