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Submitted by mathsman 899d ago | review

In-depth Review: Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse - Electronic Theatre

Animated adult sitcoms have not had a great time of things in the videogames industry. The Simpons, Family Guy, Futurama and South Park have all benefited from interactive outings, and while both the first and last franchises have had enjoyable outings to accompany the rather poor products, the others have not faired so well. In fact, they’ve been nothing short of detestable from start to finish. Given such a legacy, few would expect Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse to provide a design template worthy of such highly acclaimed series. (Family Guy, Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse, PS3, Xbox 360) 52/100

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