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Gaming Excellence: Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse Preview

Gaming Excellence: Yes indeed the Giant Chicken is back in this rowdy video game nod to Family Guy. I wasn't quite sure what to expect when walking into the demo for this one, but I was incredibly blown away by how hilariously fun this game was. In it, Stewie is being chased by his half-brother Bertram throughout the multiverses (apparently because Stewie has killed Bertram and now a multiverse version of Bertram is trying to stop him). Remember that episode Road to the Multiverse, Season 8 Episode 1? Well that episode will give fans some hints and clues as to what sort of things to expect in the game. Basically, it's hilariously funny Family Guy before Family Guy's humor started getting questionable. (E3, Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse, PS3, Xbox 360)

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