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Family Guy

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Family Guy

The Family Guy is published by Take-Two's 2K Games that introduces the wonderfully dysfunctional Griffins family to gamers with a new video game title for multiple platforms. In the game, being developed as a third person action/adventure, players will take on the role of multiple characters such as the diabolical Stewie, the charismatic Brian (the Dog), and Peter, the loveable but hapless patriarch, as they interact with the citizens of Quahog. It is designed with full mission single-pl…

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Family Guy

The Family Guy is published by Take-Two's 2K Games that introduces the wonderfully dysfunctional Griffins family to gamers with a new video game title for multiple platforms. In the game, being developed as a third person action/adventure, players will take on the role of multiple characters such as the diabolical Stewie, the charismatic Brian (the Dog), and Peter, the loveable but hapless patriarch, as they interact with the citizens of Quahog. It is designed with full mission single-player, mini-games, story mode and has a Gamepad controls.

Features

The Family Guy is the latest arcade game from Take2 Interactive that features the wonderfully dysfunctional Griffins family in their most exciting adventure to date combined with random funny things (outrageous interactive humour), unique, and pick-up-and-play combination of combat, stealth and puzzle-solving game-play plus satirizing pop-culture as though you were part of the show. The game provides player to play through three stories that intersect in typical Family Guy fashion. Choose to be the diabolical Stewie and match wits against his brother and arch-nemesis Bertram as they vie to take over the world. Take control of loveable Peter and fight to stop Mr. Belvedere who he thinks is trying to take over the world. Slip on a collar as the charismatic Brian attempting to escape from prison and prove your innocence in a puppy parental case. The game is voiced and scripted by members of the real Family Guy TV show creative team, features all the voices of their cartoon counterparts and also equipped with game-play that switches back and forth between three popular characters from the show. The PSP version of the Family Guy features traditional arcade style of game-play where the player must jump, run and fight their way through the Family Guy universe in order to solve clues, puzzles and missions in some comedic moments. Graphically, the Family Guy is a visual treat on the PSP that looks almost identical to the television show with locales and characters virtually identical. The colour palette of the game is quite vivid, bright and has a variety of special effects. It is also fitted with 512 kb of memory, supports memory card function, rated as Mature by ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board) with detail descriptions of mature humour, partial nudity and violence. The Family Guy developer is High Voltage Software Incorporated and it was released in the month of October, 2006 plus it falls under the genre category of Action Adventure. It has a product dimensions of 6.9inch-by-4.1inch-by-0.6inch (17.5cm-by-10.4cm-by-1.5cm) and weights in at 4.3 ounces (121.9grams).

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