Reviews and Problems with Back to the Future: The Game
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17 December 2013
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+.
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: Probably one of the better movie based games, but that said, I'd only go as far to say "better", as its not a "great" title. The past few weeks I worked through all the episodes and finished the game. Its very difficult to point at pro's, or con's as its a fairly average affair.
Summary: Made my way through 2 out of 5 episodes. Not a bad game. It has the right atmosphere (even if somewhat cliched). Story is ok (even if a little repetitive). I liked the characters and voice acting. Gameplay-wise it's a run-of-the-mill point and click adventure, no surprises.
Summary: Back the the future: the game simply is disappointing. With graphics being sub-par and story telling boring, it all adds up to an average gaming experience. It does have good voice acting and theme music of back to the future.
Summary: Sweet plutonium piles, this time travel adventure is one hell of a trip down memory lane. It's got everything: Doc's real voice! The DeLorean! Einstein the dog! That score! Well, everything except real gameplay.
Summary: Not the best investment but as a package deal I wont complain, well maybe a little. The controls are sloppy and the walking around is even weird when the camera tries switching to a different angle. As for the story, it is funny and hearing the voices bring back some memories.
Summary: 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...
Summary: 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).