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Family Guy: Back To The Multiverse Previews - PS3

Family Guy: Back To The Multiverse
Game Description: The Griffin family and friends from Quahog are coming to gaming consoles this fall in a Family Guy video game. Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse will offer gamers an interactive Family Guy experience inspired by one of the most popular episodes in the series’ history.
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Family Guy: Back To The Multiverse Previews

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    Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse Preview from E3 2012 -- Amish Beware

    Activision takes us on a wild and irreverent ride through Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse, an over-the-top adventure game that takes place in one of Family Guy's most beloved episodes.

    Posted: Jun 12, 2012


  • Family Guy: Back To The Multiverse Launch Trailer

    Posted: November 20, 2012

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