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Back to the Future: The Game (PC DVD)

Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista
4.3 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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  • Continue the adventures of Marty and Doc 6 months after the events of the third film.
  • Featuring the voice of Christopher Lloyd as Dr. Emmett Brown
  • The series features a ground-breaking cameo, Michael J. Fox returns to the franchise that helped make him a movie legend.
  • 5 episodes to play though, It’s about time, Get Tannen, Citizen Brown, Double Visions & Outatime.
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  • Platform: Windows 7 / Vista
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: DVD-ROM

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Platform: PC
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  • ASIN: B0076X59PA
  • Release Date: 4 May 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,349 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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New, Back to the Future : The Game (PC DVD)

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Six months after the events of the third Back to the Future film, the DeLorean Time Machine mysteriously returns to Hill Valley—minus its owner. Now Marty must go back to 1931 and recruit the help of a reluctant teenage Emmett Brown to save his pal Doc from certain death. Can they repair the rifts of the past without accidentally erasing the future?

Authentic to the last detail and a hit with reviewers the world over, Telltale’s Back to the Future series reunites the stars of the original movies and is a phenomenal success.

Written in collaboration with Bob Gale (BTTF movie writer and producer), the series features the voices of Christopher Lloyd as ‘Doc’ Brown, Claudia Wells as Jennifer Parker and in a ground-breaking cameo, Michael J. Fox returns to the franchise that helped make him a movie legend.


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I really loved this game, though I use the word game loosely as it is more of an interactive movie. The puzzles are very easy and it feels like the game is just telling you to click here to continue story. However if you loved the movies as I did then that is enough to make you love this game, it is like a second set of movies continuing the story. It has some great easter eggs from the trilogy and scenes you will no doubt remember. It was an A+ in my book, the only thing I could ask for is more!
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Ah Back to the future the game, a fantastic cinematic experience. I think that Back to the future the game could easily of been the next film, actually as I recall Universal were considering it before they turned their attention to the gaming scene. But I digress..

Back to the future takes place after the events of the original trilogy and plays out like a bttf film part. Telltale have thankfully revised the old click and point action and adventure game style so the gameplay in bttf is exactly like that of sam and max.

We begin the game during the events of the first film at the twin pines mall which I think was a great way, to get people back in to the bttf mood. The Delorean jumps in to time with Einstein however something is wrong. The car doesn't reappear and consequently because of a problem with time, Doc disappears out of existence...

Marty wakes up in his bedroom and realizes to his relief it was a dream, his mum reminds him that he is to meet His dad at Doc's garage. Now the game is over to you.

I thoroughly have enjoyed this gaming experience and I recommend it to any bttf fans but here is why I have only given it 4 stars.

Graphically the game isn't stunning by far but the cartoony 3D style of it, suits the bttf look and graphics alone don't make a game!

Sound wise all the familiar sounds are there, the delorean sounds as it should, the back to the future score is of course present, as well as various incidental music in bttf style. The voice acting is top notch too, Christopher Lloyd, Claudia Wells, and Michael J Fox were the only original actors that reprised their voices, and even then Mr Fox and Claudia were both guest actors.
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I finished Theme Hospital, and needed a new game to wet my appetite. I re-watched the Back To The Future trilogy on Blu-ray and remembered that there was a game about it. I was over the moon when I discovered it was still available on the PC - I tried downloading it to my iPhone, but on that size of screen, I'm sure I would have ended up smashing my phone.

When it arrived, I had a quick scan through the episodes - 5 - and went straight into playing in. At first, it was brilliant - in fact, it made me want to watch all the films all over again. Initially, I found the animation a little jerky and irritating, but it was still enjoyable.

However, although the storylines were absolutely brilliant and really well thought out, as you progress through the game, it does get ever so slightly tedious. I was expecting so much more from it. When you're in the Town Square (which is the main focus for all gameplay), there's so many shops around, which would have been so good to go into and interact with other characters in the game. However, the majority of the time, I found that you could only go one way around the Town Square and most of the time, I did struggle to get my bearings - there was no aerial view that I could figure out, so I would spend my time trying to find the right way to get to whatever sole house/shop I was supposed to go to, for that particular quest. You could never spin the camera around, so you could look at the Town Hall for example, and most of the time, you would have to walk through the garden bit in the middle to get to anywhere. I also found that no matter whether I used the arrow keys or the mouse, I would regularly bump into street corners, lamp-posts, etc.
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