Ok, so maybe I should rephrase that a little. The game does have multi-player of a sense. 4 player couch multi-player. There's no online at all. In this day and age you would think a company, such as Activision, would provide online service with one of their games. While this isn't as big of a deal as it seems, let's move on to the next part. The itself is ok. The game is nothing to unique, other than the bad guys being a certain type in each level. The gameplay system is a bit pour. While there are a few enemy types that will come at you, most dive for cover. This wouldn't be a bad thing, except it's easier for you to just go Rambo on them instead of cover yourself. The game feels like it should be something from 10 years ago instead of a game of today. The only other annoying part. Is that the characters spout the same lines over and over again. Good game, but not great.
posted by LIQUIDFX00 (BIRMINGHAM, AL) Dec 15, 2012
Member since Feb 2012
This game is not very good in the sense of being a game. However, if you are a fan of the show the humor may be enough to get you through it. For some reason this game reminds me of Leisure Suit Larry for the original Xbox the way the characters look especially in the first level. Anyway, the graphics are good enough, the 3d models are odd looking at best. It is just not amusing as the show. I say rent it if you are curious, I have definately played way worse games. I would not buy it though unless it were like $15 or under.
posted by JonDavid1210 (PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL) Dec 12, 2012
Member since Jan 2012
The single player mode is fun with plenty of unlockables and achievements. The humor is similar to that in the show, but at times it's a bit redundant. The challenge modes can be quite difficult at times. Where the game really excels is the multiplayer aspects. Unlocking Adam West, Cleveland, Quagmire and Death give you the ability to play outside the family. What the multiplayer lacks is a true online component.