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Submitted by Fivespot 547d ago | review

A Band of Gamers : Family Guy Review

It seems today, that all you see, are video-games based on stuff from TV (source: my 007 review, coming soon). No bad thing! Some great TV/movie tie-in games over the years, though Family Guy's recent Time Warped on iOS was a somewhat underwhelming 2D platformer that never really held my attention. Being a huge fan of the TV series I was excited to see a console release, particularly as this time I could play through with a proper controller, as opposed to those horrid soft-keys on tablets.

With a Metacritic score of just 40 you could be forgiven for passing this one up, but "nothing ventured, nothing gained", as they say! Family Guy's appeal was too great to resist, so I re-charged the wallet, cleared some space, and prepared to spend a few hours fighting evil. Hero! (Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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