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Submitted by FrustratedFury 772d ago | review

ZTGD | Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse Review

Dave Payerle writes: The primary audience of a licensed game is fans of the license, so the main goal is always (or at least should be) to create a game that feels like the extension of the source material. Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse definitely feels very Family Guy; it’s chock full of raunchy humor and references to characters and episodes in the series. As often happens with licensed games however, there are many better examples of the included play style. To put it simply: those who love the idea of being able to fight the giant chicken will want to check it out; anyone who doesn’t know what that means will probably do better elsewhere. (Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse, PS3, Xbox 360) 6.5/10

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