Reviews and Problems with Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse
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20 October 2013
Summary: As expected the game is a bit mature for kids, Once the "dick 'n fart jokes" get old it's a pretty boring game that limits you to absolute crap as far as weaponry goes. There's a cheat to get the good weapons unlocked early and fill them with unlimited ammo, but you can't save your progress when using it. The game is really annoying to play without the cheat though, as you're always out of ammo / dying.
Summary: So much potential to a Family Guy game, just kind of wasted. This is a third person shooter in which you run around frantically shooting your guns and grenades at enemies that just keep respawning. What does that have to do with Family Guy, nothing at all. It's challenging in exactly the wrong way, in that it gets really really tiresome by the time you've shot the exact same frat boy character 200 times within the same level.
Summary: My sons and I are Family Guy fans, and I thought this would be a great family Christmas gift. We played it in both single player and multi-player modes, but stopped after a couple of hours. The interface is very clunky and the graphics leave a lot to be desired. They could have done a much better job on this game and improved both playability and personal enjoyment as a spectator.
As if the last 10 years of game design had not happened...
5 January 2014
Summary: I am shocked by the positive reviews for this game, I found it hard to play this for longer than 2 hours. It reminds me a lot of Toy Story 2 for the PS1, great at the time but now the gameplay is dated. The main problem with this game is the dull level design, I felt no excitement about what would happen next, most of the time you spend running a long distance on a flat landscape.