Family Guy game gets original voices
Seth MacFarlane, Adam West, Seth Green, rest of TV show cast to reprise their roles for series' gaming debut.
As part of its commitment to make "freakin' sweet" games based on the resurgent animated series
Family Guy, 2K Games today announced the voice cast of the cel-shaded adventure game. Fortunately for fans of the controversial TV show, they're pretty much the same actors which play the dysfunctional New England clan on the show. As he does on television, series creator Seth MacFarlane will provide voices for the portly patriarch Peter Griffin, his megalomaniacal son Stewie, and Brian, the family dog. While that covers the game's three playable characters, the rest of the Family Guy cast will fill out the game's supporting cast. Adam West will portray himself as the insane mayor of Quahog, Seth Green plays Chris Griffin, Mila Kunis is Meg Griffin, and Alex Borstein once again provides a voice for Lois Griffin. Family Guy is expected to ship later this year for current-generation consoles. It is currently under development at High Voltage Games. No stranger to crude and tasteless humor, High Voltage developed Vivendi's most recent Leisure Suit Larry effort, the collegiate adventure Magna Cum Laude.
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