The television show “Family Guy” has been wildly popular for years but it still came somewhat as a surprise when it was announced it would be made into an MMO. We checked Family Guy Online out recently and have a full report. Keep reading!
If there is one show that marks comedy for the last decade it truly is Family Guy. The show can be described simply as always having something funny in every episode. Everytime I put on Family Guy I always laugh out loud at something. That same magic is now coming to Family Guy Online. Crazy right? But the game is well made and hysterically funny. Being able to run around Quahog and mix it up with the characters from the show is awesome fun. Let’s check out what it’s all about.
First it is a browser based MMO which makes access easy to get into the game. Right now FGO is in Beta, but is playable by just about anyone. They are using a free to play model with a cash shop to support the game. This way everyone can jump in and explore the world spending money if and where they want to. So what do you find in virtual Quahog? Well there is a surprising amount to do for players.
Customization is a major aspect for characters. Having your cartoony character and dressing them with all kinds of funny bits of clothing from the show is great to set up. Once you have your look down you can go out and explore, unlocking quests in the game to discover all kinds of lunacy. Yes, you heard me right… there are quests in the game. FGO is like World of Warcraft with fart jokes. You will help the various characters in Family Guy with all types of problems.
Family Guy has always been known for its ridiculous over-the-top fight scenes. Well the game brings them to life in some awesome combat scenarios. There is even a public quest to fight the Giant Chicken! There are lots of brawls to be had around Quahog and players can seek out challenges and battles to get into. More importantly these types of quests help your reputation in town to become a better or worse citizen.
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via mmorpg.com by Garrett Fuller