This neatly sets up the fact that there's nothing they can do to change the timeline. These voice actors were the original actors from the series: , , , , , and. Cut to him waking up on top of the Reanimator. Non-playable character who appears in the first cutscene, alongside Linda. What a difference a hat makes.
Retrieved on March 28, 2008. Plus it has bits of game-play footage in it. These voice actors were the original actors from the series: , , , , , and. Fry's levels mostly involve shooter mechanics, as he can use a multitude of guns. Nothing less than the fate of human and robot-kind is at stake as the Futurama crew takes on The Beast With A Billion Backs.
None Appears only in the first level. But because so much of the episode is devoted to setting up gameplay, the story comes across as episodic and underdeveloped. Retrieved on December 9, 2014. They were, but the resulting episode is hit and miss. Mom: No, I'm sorry; I should save my evil laugh 'til after you sign. Non-playable character, who can be seen in his office in the first level with a brain slug feasting on his brains, a reference to. Please use a more specific template.
Cast members and weren't included in the game due to budgetary reasons. Soon after this, she enslaves humanity. They defeat the robot, but it subsequently falls on them. Please use a more specific template. Appears in the opening cutscene. Ra-Ra the Sun King Appears in two cutscenes. I'm not really a god.
Being that the video game was for the Playstation 2 I'm sure I don't need to tell you that it looks more than a little ugly and for continuity they even added some gameplay footage into it. Retrieved on August 9, 2011. The story, written by J. Bender: So now I can die and come back to life like Fry? He insists he's not to blame for the destruction this time. Also adding to the authenticity of the game was the original music composition provided by who also composed the music in the series and Futurama scriptwriter and producer who scripted an original storyline for the plot.
Non-playable character who helps in taking over the universe. Farnsworth: Did I do something funny? Cohen loved the robots destroying themselves over accidental terminology so much, he reused those gags during the Comedy Central era. At just 30 minutes in length it certainly demonstrates how short the game must have been. Maybe go for a walk or something. In most games the cut scenes are generally not things worth watching apart from getting direction or clues this is a situation that is rapidly changing but in the past that is the way they work.
You had to say that! The story is basically about the gang trying to stop Farnsworth from selling Planet Express to Mom, a consequence of which would be a catastrophic scenario in which she conquers the universe. After , , , and Farnsworth repair the inexplicably broken ship, they escape from Earth with the Professor's new invention, the Re-animator which closely resembles a giant toaster , which brings the crew back to life every time they die. Development Development on the game started before the series' cancellation, but the game was not released until after the last episode of season 4 had already been shown. It is a half-hour special based on the successful animated series. With Futurama, they are impressive as part of a game and, were I playing it, they would be welcome reminders that I'm watching a proper Futurama product that appears to have had a bit of effort put into it and not just being a rushed out cash-in although I'm saying this having never played the game. When did you invent it? Bender: Now, if I understand time paradoxes, we're supposed to take the good ship, and leave the bad ship behind for the original us, right? Now I'm not a big fan of Futurama so based upon those facts I thought this would stand no chance but oddly it's the best thing from them I've watched so far.
At a certain point, I gave up the game and found a cheat code that allowed me to just watch the cutscenes sequentially, and I always thought they should be released as an episode. Non-playable character, who can be seen sleeping in the flooded basement of the building. See the for a list of suggested templates. She ultimately captures Farnsworth, places his head in a jar, and sends the ship hurtling into the Sun with Fry, Leela, and Bender on board. See the for a list of suggested templates.
The game was considered in continuity since it was written by David X. Appears in the opening cutscene. Angry at the fact that the robot killed his crew, the professor refuses to sell Planet Express. They have taken all the cutscenes, and since many cutscenes are intros to gameplay, they show little bits of the gameplay to give you a sense of what's going on although for some reason there are several instances where they show the end of a boss battle but not the beginning, making it feel non-sequitorish. If you've already watched every other bit of Futurama ever made and you're still aching for more, or you're just intensely curious to see what happens when you edit the cut-scenes from a game into a half-hour film, then you might as well watch this.