Reviews and Problems with Back to the Future: The Game
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15 June 2014
Summary: A very basic point and click type of game with a few puzzles that could prove quite frustrating and annoying if one was playing blindly on their own, which is why I recommend looking up a trophy guide so you can earn a quick platinum instead. The voice acting and soundtrack are all faithful to the original movies and there's enough humor and nostalgia to keep this title from becoming a total bore.
Summary: quite boring, no real action scenes the game is more of a "point and click" style game where you solve puzzles and talk to people and find ways to get people to do the things you want, I do not see anyone under 13 being able to solve it without hints turned on, even older people would/will struggle
Summary: The story moves on at a interesting pace and the characters are engaging enough. Gameplay is fairly simple and puzzle orientated. Not a lot to engage the brain, maybe this is game for nostalgia older fans and younger audiences.
Summary: One of Tell Tale games intermediate releases (after Sam & Max and before the rise of the Walking Dead), "Back to the Future" progresses the story of Marty McFly after the third movie (and suggests a sequel). Having grown up on the movies, I loved just playing around in the world. A lot of the graphics and puzzles are really engaging, at the end of the day the game feels like it was put together on something of a tight budget and that shows in the levels/settings (which...
Summary: To me, this was a decent game. As a fan, I was able to overlook its trifling flaws to some degree, and this meant that the game would maintain its entertainment value throughout. I can bare over with the graphics and technical side of the game being a bit outdated, but it disappointed me when the puzzles soon began to feel quite repetitive.
Summary: I am a massive BTTF fan, and I love the idea of making it into a game. So I'll start with the good parts. Marty and Doc are done almost perfectly - AJ Locascio IS Marty McFly and Christopher Lloyd does anything but phone it in as Doc (I mean, that voice alone fills me with happiness). I was very happy with their chemistry, even during the less interesting 'Citizen Brown' moments. The DeLorean was done fantastically, as was that same charming time-travel confusion.
Summary: Not bad at all. Faithfull to the movie. Some episodes can get boring though and if your stuck that's not much fun either. Maybe it should be funnier at times as well. But in general I had fun with this. Keep in mind though, I had it for free on ps+. If I would've payed 15$, that would've been too much probably.
Summary: No es por jugabilidad el mejor, pero como aventura gráfica cumple bastante bien y te deja la sensación de realmente ver una cuarta parte. Las voces son geniales (No seria lo mismo sin Christopher Lloyd), A.J. Locascio realiza muy buena interpretación de Marty y al final se agradece la entrada de Michael J. Fox. Si te gustan las películas, el juego te dejara satisfecho.
Summary: i was so excited to play this game because i love back to the future movie a lot one of my favorites but this game wasn't that good i played it after playing the walking dead and though that back to the future would be awesome as it is from telltale games but i was disappointed
Summary: Back to the future is up there with some of the better license games along with riddick wolverine batman begins and walking dead (telltale not activision) but that's not saying it has no problems. Pros: excellent voice acting is the first thing you notice, the humor, the funny and likeable characters, a good adaption of a good series, time traveling, every time doc says "great Scott" while Michael j fox does not play Marty Aj does a good impression of him, feels like its...