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Family Guy Online shuts down forever in January

Jessica Conditt, @JessConditt
December 23, 2012
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Family Guy Online is closing down for good on January 18 – and really, it probably is for good. Family Guy Online, an interactive, quasi-MMO, microtransactional world, never made it out of open beta, meaning it's getting the shut-down before ever getting the go-ahead.

Any real-money purchases players made between October 22 and December 21 will be refunded, with processing completed in early January. Check out the complete process on the Family Guy Online site.



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