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Back to the Future: The Game (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
3.9 out of 5 stars 39 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:   PlayStation 3
  • 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: Video Game

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B0076X57TS
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 100 g
  • Release Date: 4 May 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,613 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
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Platform:PlayStation 3

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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 can understand why some reviewers might give this game less stars and why it might not appeal to all gamers. But I feel like this game needs to be given the credit it deserves, so I decided to write this review.
Games based on movies are always a bit hit and miss. Some really do have what it takes to distinguish themselves as original games, appropriately following on the movie legend. It has to be said that Back to the future the game is definitely one of those that has made it. Where a lot of movie games often deviate from story legend, alter character personalities (and maybe employ voice actors that sound nothing like the original actors) and explore an often more outrageous plot lines, Back to the future adopts none of these offenses. Unless you read the credits, you would have no idea that Michael J Fox does not do the voice of Marty McFly. In fact, when you hear Michael J Fox do the voice of his future self at the end of the game, you realise that the voice actor sounds more like Michael J Fox than Michael J Fox does! Thankfully they managed to get Christopher Lloyd to do the voice of Doc and the actor who played Jennifer in the first movie to also do the voice of Jennifer. Right from the beginning the game clearly keeps alive most of the sound and visual elements of the movie.
The design of the credits, the music, the sound effects and the locations are all almost identical to the movies, including perpetual references and screenshots of scenes reminiscent of the movies. It keeps the movie legend alive, while not relying solely on rehashing old material, but by still keeping it fresh and original.
Each episode felt as though it was just the right length, and the puzzles, while not Darth Vader hard, still required some thought and time to work out.
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The story is pretty nice, but compared to other Telltale Games (Wolf among us to name one), this really feels old. My niece saw this and actually asked me how old this was/is (you can expect the graphics not to be that good). The controls can be unnerving to at points, especially when you try to reach something.

There's restrictions to the moving and decisions do not really affect the outcome of the story (other than you having to repeat a part of the story, if you fail at it). It's a nice game and probably helped the company to get where they are now. It's up to you to decide how much of a fan of the Telltale or Back to the future you are ...and then try it or not
(if you buy the disc version, you have the opportunity to get a platinum trophy, which is not possible over the PSN Store, where you can purchase the single episodes of the game -> for those who care about that)
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I love this game and as I'am a great fan of the franchise I enjoyed it even more. For the first time ever a complete behind the scenes video series which includes never before seen content of video reel with hours of audio commentary providing you with all 5 episodes of Back To The Future: The Game. If you enjoy solving puzzles and mysteries then I recommend for you to get this and enjoy playing Marty McFly in an experience true to the three films, with all the stylings of a bona fide Back To the Future adventure. Go on, what are you waiting for? Hurry while stocks last!!!!
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Despite being a massive franchise/cash cow, BTTF has had a pretty choppy history when it comes to video games. The first game for the NES was unbelievably awful. BTTF Part II had two completely different incarnations for the Commodore Amiga and Super-Famicom (never available outside of Japan) that were somewhat true to the story but never successful. Only Back to the Future Part III (Mega Drive) had a wider release as a video game. I owned it on the Commodore 64 and Genesis but it was way too hard.

Now, after 25 years, Telltale Games have finally given the fans of the movie and the video-gaming community an official, real-deal BTTF adventure series co-written by Bob Gale himself. How does it measure up? I'll review each episode individually.

Episode 1: It's About Time

Opening a few months after the events of BTTF Part III, with the DeLorean destroyed by a train and Doc living out his life with Clara and boys in many different eras, Marty begins to miss his old friend and is sad to see the city auction off his belongings. But when the time vehicle suddenly reappears (since it's a time machine it can never be completely destroyed forever, I guess) Marty must travel back to 1931 and break Doc out of jail for burning down Kid Tannen's speak-easy.

As a graphic adventure game, and as a BTTF adventure, it's very entertaining and well-written without giving the impression it's put together by sycophantic fanboys. It really does feel like an authentic extension of the BTTF universe and even casual fans of the movies will get a kick out of it.
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For anyone that is a fan of the movie franchise this is a very nice and charming game. You play as Marty McFly throughout and it is essentially a puzzle solving game where you follow a storyline that encompases travelling back to the 1930's, meeting Doc Brown as a teenager and causing all different types of altered timelines in the present. This is a straight port from the downloadable version and so it is quite a short game to play through and the puzzles are fairly easy but it captures the spirit of Back To The Future very nicely. A lovely game for any fan of the Back To The Future trilogy.
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