Family guy back to the multiverse Activision releases Family Guy video game

Activision and Twentieth Century Fox have released Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse, the latest game for consoles based on the hit animated comedy series.

Activision and Twentieth Century Fox have released Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse, the latest game for consoles based on the hit animated comedy series.

 
The game features a brand new story based around the parallel universes encountered in the Season Eight episode Road to the Multiverse. Players will be tasked with saving Quahog from Bertram, the arch-nemesis of Stewie.
 
Gamers can play as Stewie or Brian and can make use of a number of unique special weapons and abilities. Co-op and competitive multiplayer modes will add some life to the experience once the single-player campaign is complete. Additional challenges, multiplayer maps and even playable characters can be unlocked through gameplay.
 
Family guy back to the multiverse Activision releases Family Guy video game
 
Players will also encounter a full cast of Family Guy characters on their journeys, fully voiced by their original voice actors from the TV show. The developer promises plenty of references and “gut-busting jokes” reminiscent of the irreverent series itself.
 
A previous Family Guy video game launched in 2006, but poor controls and repetitive gameplay led to negative reviews. The comedy was a redeeming factor, however, and will likewise be the primary attraction for this latest title.
 
Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse is available on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 for $59.99.