The ‘Back To The Future’ trilogy now has a true video game sequel in ‘Back To The Future: The Game’. Telltale Games (founded by LucasArts veterans) have created a new tale for “Marty McFly” and “Doc Brown”.
‘Back to the Future: The Game’ brings the iconic “Marty McFly”, “Doc Brown” and the DeLorean Time Machine together in a completely new cinematic adventure, which unfolds over five exciting episodes. Six months after the events of the third film, the DeLorean Time Machine mysteriously returns to Hill Valley. “Marty” must go back in time and recruit aid from a resistant teenage “Emmett Brown”, or else the space-time continuum will be forever unraveled. Back to the Future: The Game features the likenesses of the original stars that made the characters of ‘Marty McFly’ and ‘Doc Brown’ legendary: Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. Lloyd is voicing ‘Doc Brown’ for the full game series.
Telltale also worked with co-creator and co-writer of the landmark films, Bob Gale, to create the new adventure. He says “Telltale’s Back to the Future game is the first videogame in the space-time continuum to be truly worthy of being called ‘Back to the Future.’ This new adventure of ‘Marty McFly’ and ‘Doc Brown’ is true to the spirit of the movies and I couldn’t be happier about the great working relationship I’ve developed with the team at Telltale. Via the game, the player gets to explore and experience more about the history of our characters and Hill Valley… along with some very interesting alternate time lines. It’s a game for people who loved the movies, made by people who loved the movies.”
Now available for the Mac and PC, ‘Back To The Future: The Game’ will also be available in 2011 for the PS3 and iPad.