Family Guy Video Games Hitting Consoles This Fall
Take-Two Interactive and Twentieth Century Fox today announced an exclusive licensing agreement to produce a series of video games based on Fox's hit animated series Family Guy. The games will be released under Take-Two's 2K Games publishing label, working closely with series creator Seth McFarlane.According to Elie Dekel, Executive Vice President, Fox Licensing and Merchandising, "2K Games really understands the distinct humor and unique voice of Family Guy. We're confident that they will develop a hilarious and entertaining game for fans of the show as well as for gamers." "The irreverent and satirical Family Guy humor that has made the show a smash hit opens up exciting and untapped possibilities in game development," said Christoph Hartmann, Managing Director of 2K Games. "We are looking forward to bringing the colorful Family Guy characters to life in a one-of-a-kind action/adventure style game." Now in development at High Voltage Software, the folks responsible for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude, the first Family Guy game is scheduled to hit the current generation of game consoles sometime this fall.