Back to the Future: The Game
Back to the Future: The Game is an upcoming graphic adventure video game based on the Back to the Future film franchise. The game is being developed by Telltale Games who has licensed the Back to the Future elements from Universal Studios. Bob Gale, the screenwriter for the three films, is assisting Telltale in developing the game's story, while both Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd have allowed Telltale to use their likenesses within the game for the lead characters Marty McFly and Doc Brown, respectively. Christopher Lloyd will also be providing the voice work for Doc Brown's character while new talent AJ LoCascio will be the voice of Marty McFly.
In an interview, Bob Gale discussed his involvement with the game. He said some ideas he and Robert Zemeckis talked about during Part II's development would be utilized for the game.
Six months have passed since Marty McFly returned from 1885. McFly is adjusting to life without his best friend Doc Brown. As Doc left everything behind, the bank has foreclosed on his home and now his estate will be sold off, causing Marty to face the possibility that Doc will never come back. However, the DeLorean time machine mysteriously appears out of nowhere. Marty learns that Doc has once again found himself stranded in another time period and Marty must once again go back in time to rescue him.
The game will be an adventure, and so will require the player to collect items, solve puzzles, and interact with people in order to complete the mission.
There will be 5 episodes:
Episode One: It's About Time (December 2010)
Episode Two: Get Tannen! (Release: February 2011)
Episode Three: Citizen Brown (Release: March 2011)
Episode Four: Double Visions (Release: April 2011)
Episode Five/Finale: OUTATIME
For PC, IPhone, PS3
Back to the Future - The Game Trailer