History VideoGame / FamilyGuyBackToTheMultiverse

29th Jun '17 10:39:24 AM Wingnut
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* BorrowedCatchphrase: If you fail to stop the bomb in time, Bertram will say "Victory is mine!"
10th Jun '17 10:06:41 PM Wingnut
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* CoversAlwaysLie: The character artwork on the back of the game cover suggests that the other Griffins are going to help Brian and Stewie in their battle with Bertram. They never do.
28th May '17 9:13:03 AM GavsEvans123
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%%*** MightyGlacier: Rubert-In-The-Box

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* [[SadistShow Sadist Game:]] Much like the series it's based on the game takes the approach of, to use one example, fighting gays, because that's funny, they're gay, that's the joke, killing gays is fun. Yep, apply UnfortunateImplications here.

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* [[SadistShow Sadist Game:]] Much like The trademark humour of the series it's based on TV show is present and correct in the game takes game, the approach of, to best example for this trope being the Handicapped Universe, a level where all the enemies use one example, fighting gays, because that's funny, they're gay, that's the joke, killing gays is fun. Yep, apply UnfortunateImplications here.crutches or wheelchairs, ending in a boss fight against Crippletron.
21st Nov '16 6:11:07 AM MarcoPolo250
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''Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse'' is a 2012 ThirdPersonShooter video game based on the animated sitcom, ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. It is a sequel of sorts to the ''Road to the Multiverse'' episode of the TV show. In this video game, a Bertram from an alternate dimension where Stewie didnt kill him arrives in the main Family Guy timeline, out on a mission to destroy any timeline where he doesnt exist. He builds a multiverse-traveling remote control and goes into another universe as part of his plan to lure Stewie into his trap. When Stewie and Brian decide to go find Bertram and kill him, Bertram hires henchmen to kill Stewie and Brian. A couple of these henchmen are characters from the ''Family Guy'' TV show, such as Ernie the Giant Chicken, Long John Peter, and Santa's work-overwhelmed elves. Stewie and Brian follow Bertram through 10 different universes, including an Evil Counterpart universe, the origin realm of Evil Stewie, a universe where progress has been frozen in UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfPiracy, and a universe ruled by the Giant Chickens.

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''Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse'' is a 2012 ThirdPersonShooter video game based on the animated sitcom, ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. It is a sequel of sorts to the ''Road ''[[Recap/FamilyGuyS8E1RoadToTheMultiverse Road to the Multiverse'' The Multiverse]]'' episode of the TV show. In this video game, a show.

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Bertram from an alternate dimension where Stewie didnt kill him arrives in the main Family Guy timeline, out on a mission to destroy any timeline where he doesnt doesn't exist. He builds a multiverse-traveling remote control and goes into another universe as part of his plan to lure Stewie into his trap. When Stewie and Brian decide to go find Bertram and kill him, Bertram hires henchmen to kill Stewie and Brian. A couple of these henchmen are characters from the ''Family Guy'' TV show, such as Ernie the Giant Chicken, Long John Peter, and Santa's work-overwhelmed elves. elves.

Stewie and Brian follow Bertram through 10 different universes, including an Evil Counterpart universe, the origin realm of [[Recap/FamilyGuyS9E12TheHandThatRocksTheWheelchair Evil Stewie, Stewie]], a universe where progress has been frozen in UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfPiracy, and a universe ruled by the Giant Chickens.
21st May '16 8:33:22 PM tsstevens
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* [[SadistShow Sadist Game:]] Much like the series it's based on the game takes the approach of, to use one example, fighting gays, because that's funny, they're gay, that's the joke, killing gays is fun. Yep, apply UnfortunateImplications here.
5th May '16 11:14:42 PM GoldenSeals
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* WakeUpCallBoss: The final boss is actually one of these, mostly due to the fact that it's the only one whose health regenerates when you die.

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* WakeUpCallBoss: The final boss is actually one of these, mostly due to the fact that because it's the only one whose health regenerates when you die.
11th Jan '16 9:32:00 AM Prfnoff
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'''''Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse''''' is a 2012 ThirdPersonShooter video game based on the animated sitcom, ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. It is a sequel of sorts to the ''Road to the Multiverse'' episode of the TV show. In this video game, a Bertram from an alternate dimension where Stewie didnt kill him arrives in the main Family Guy timeline, out on a mission to destroy any timeline where he doesnt exist. He builds a multiverse-traveling remote control and goes into another universe as part of his plan to lure Stewie into his trap. When Stewie and Brian decide to go find Bertram and kill him, Bertram hires henchmen to kill Stewie and Brian. A couple of these henchmen are characters from the ''Family Guy'' TV show, such as Ernie the Giant Chicken, Long John Peter, and Santa's work-overwhelmed elves. Stewie and Brian follow Bertram through 10 different universes, including an Evil Counterpart universe, the origin realm of Evil Stewie, a universe where progress has been frozen in UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfPiracy, and a universe ruled by the Giant Chickens.

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'''''Family ''Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse''''' Multiverse'' is a 2012 ThirdPersonShooter video game based on the animated sitcom, ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. It is a sequel of sorts to the ''Road to the Multiverse'' episode of the TV show. In this video game, a Bertram from an alternate dimension where Stewie didnt kill him arrives in the main Family Guy timeline, out on a mission to destroy any timeline where he doesnt exist. He builds a multiverse-traveling remote control and goes into another universe as part of his plan to lure Stewie into his trap. When Stewie and Brian decide to go find Bertram and kill him, Bertram hires henchmen to kill Stewie and Brian. A couple of these henchmen are characters from the ''Family Guy'' TV show, such as Ernie the Giant Chicken, Long John Peter, and Santa's work-overwhelmed elves. Stewie and Brian follow Bertram through 10 different universes, including an Evil Counterpart universe, the origin realm of Evil Stewie, a universe where progress has been frozen in UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfPiracy, and a universe ruled by the Giant Chickens.
2nd Dec '15 12:02:08 AM EmperorZim
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* BatmanGambit: Bertram's stated plan of traveling across different universes to build an army [[spoiler: is just a ruse to distract Stewie while Bertram builds his ''real'' army, made up of clones of himself]].

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* BatmanGambit: Bertram's stated plan of traveling across different universes to build an army [[spoiler: is just a ruse to distract Stewie while Bertram Bertram's assistant builds his ''real'' army, made up of clones of himself]].
14th Nov '15 4:24:34 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: One of the enemies in the space chicken level is a literal [[RobotChicken robot chicken]]. Becomes a Double ShoutOut in that it responds with Seth Green's voice when Stewie comments "I hate Robot Chicken".

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* ShoutOut: One of the enemies in the space chicken level is a literal [[RobotChicken [[WesternAnimation/RobotChicken robot chicken]]. Becomes a Double ShoutOut in that it responds with Seth Green's voice when Stewie comments "I hate Robot Chicken".
13th Oct '15 2:19:04 PM Jamster93
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