Reviews and Problems with Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse
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Terrible, just terrible.
Richard Roy Garabedian, Amazon
28 May 2014
Summary: I was playing south park stick of truth and thought id give this a shot. Good god, is it a bad game or what. Characters don't look right is the first thing i noticed. The 2nd thing i noticed was that every level is exactly the same. Not the same look, as the levels do change( a little ). The whole game consists of a first person shooter with infinite enemies spawning and shooting you while you collect junk and find the end of the level.
Summary: I hate this game. I bought this for Christmas as we enjoy open world games with wacky cartoon humor. We really enjoyed "The Simpsons: Hit and Run" and we thought that this game would be more like that but we were very disappointed. It did arrive quickly. I would buy from the seller again, but I will never recommend this game to anyone.
Summary: aside from the voice actors and the animation the game could be literally any lame first person shooter. i was expecting sprinklings of family guy humor and plot throughout.. but <yawn> nope, just a boring average uninteresting game. it's really too bad too because they could have done so much more with such a great franchise. if you buy this game you will regret it.
Summary: Just a poor, poor game. Not inventive or fun in any way. The game play is too simple for an adult to play and the game is too crude for any children to play. Each level is pretty much the same only some are more annoying than others. Very repetitive, very repetitive. The game laughs at how badly made as you are playing it. Find it in a car boot for a £1, otherwise play lipstick lollipop or slaughterhouse for killing fun.
Summary: Family Guy is no doubt one of the funniest shows to have ever been on TV. It never created or moulded the bar like The Simpsons did, but it certainly raised it in terms of jokes, taste and decency. So a spin off game was always on the cards. This is not however the first, the first being 'Family Guy The Video Game' on Xbox and PS2. However, this is the true definitive game, voiced by the same cast of characters from the show, handled by Activision of Call of Duty fame.