Category: Back to the Future The Game
Telltale Games got in touch with us to announce that they’ll be releaseing Back to the Future: The Game – 30th Anniversary Edition on PlayStation 4 both at retail and on the PSN store on October 13! What is new for this 30th anniversary release you ask?
Back to the Future: The Game is a Telltale episodic game in which you follow Marty McFly while he’s trying to understand what happened with Doc Brown. This game has a great story and is full of surprises in its five episodes.
Telltale is proud to announce that their acclaimed Back to the Future: The Game is now available at retail for PlayStation 3 for the incredible price of only $19.99.
Make sure you check out Eden’s reviews here, and hit the jump for more info.
After such a long journey that has taken us from here to there and everywhere in between… how will it all end? Doc went missing and was stuck in the past where he “allegedly” burned down a speakeasy, we changed things just a bit and all of a sudden the Tannen Family owns Hill Valley in the present, changed the present AGAIN by messing with the past and making it more future than present and even tried to cure a severe case of puppy love between a poodle and a vicious pitbull. Did it all work?
What have we gotten ourselves into this time…in time? Head hurts, not-cool-cloud surrounds us and… are we locked up? Great, this is JUST what I needed to start my morning with that little extra “shock” to my system. Now, how exactly am I getting out of here before I go “poof” and it is all over?
Mmm, guess there’s nothing left but for me to rock… and rock hard. Rock and Roll makes everything better. Oh, and it also makes it easier to escape from weird, scientific facilities run by extremely conservative older ladies with a “yes, God, how can I help you?” complex. Don’t worry, I’ve got this one for you. Just hold on tight and let’s make the jump!
Time travel: changing history and destroying timelines since 1985 (give or take a few centuries due to anomalies inherent to the subject mater).
Every story has a beginning and a second act, so now we must make ends meet (or not meet… or be but not be) and savor the present as tomorrow is closer than we initially expected and you never know when things will change at the drop of a hat.. or was it a shoe?
Anyway, on with the show!
Itâ€™s been twenty-one years since movie goers had seen the last Back to the Future movie hit the big screen. I remember hearing stories, when I was younger, that there might be a possibility that a new Back to the Future movie was in the works, but that was years ago. It seems that, at this point, itâ€™s nothing short of a dream, and that most people have realized that a new movie in the franchise would never come. So you can understand my surprise, along with so many other BttF fans, when it was announced that Telltale Games was reviving the franchise with their very own take on the next episodeâ€¦ game-wise of course. But was this a good idea? After all, the series has such a following; was it wise to awaken the slumbering beast?