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"Outatime" - ostatni odcinek sezonu jest już dostępny!

W finale sezonu gościnnie pojawia się Michael J. Fox!

O tej grze

Marty McFly and Doc Brown return in a completely new Back to the Future adventure.
Six months after the events of the third film, the DeLorean Time Machine mysteriously returns to Hill Valley - driverless! Marty must go back in time and get aid from a resistant teenage Emmett Brown, or else the space time continuum will forever be unraveled!
All 5 Episodes Now Available!
  • Episode 1: It's About Time
  • Episode 2: Get Tannen!
  • Episode 3: Citizen Brown
  • Episode 4: Double Visions
  • Episode 5: OUTATIME - Finale!

Key Features

  • Special Appearance by Michael J. Fox!
  • Christopher Lloyd and Claudia Wells return to voice Doc Brown and Jennifer Parker
  • Collaboration with Bob Gale Film, Trilogy Co-Creator/Writer
  • Back to the Future’s “first families.” The McFlys, the Browns, and of course, the Tannens – all play key roles.

Wymagania systemowe

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: XP Service Pack 3 / Vista / Windows 7
    • Processor: 1.8 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI or NVidia card w/ 256 MB RAM
    • DirectX®: Direct X 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB Space Free
    • Sound: Direct X 8.1 sound device
    Recommended:
    • OS: XP Service Pack 3 / Vista / Windows 7
    • Processor: 2.7 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI or NVidia card w/ 512 MB RAM
    • DirectX®: Direct X 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB Space Free
    • Sound: Direct X 8.1 sound device
    Minimum:
    • OS: Snow Leopard (10.5.8)
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz Pentium or equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI or NVidia card w/ 256 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB Space Free
    • Not recommended for MAC Minis or early-generation MacBooks
    Recommended:
    • OS: Snow Leopard (10.5.8)
    • Processor: 2.3 GHz Pentium or equivalent
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI or NVidia card w/ 512 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB Space Free
    • Not recommended for MAC Minis or early-generation MacBooks
Pomocne recenzje klientów
3 z 5 osób (60%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Według 1 osoby ta recenzja jest zabawna
3.5 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 21 października, 2015
Gra jest genialna, wracają sentymenty związane z filmem, jedynym minusem jest czas jej przejścia, gdyby była ciut dłuższa... ;)
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1,114 z 1,267 osób (88%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Według 593 osób ta recenzja jest zabawna
2.5 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 21 października, 2015
The future has begun. October 21, 2015.
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111 z 117 osób (95%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Według 4 osób ta recenzja jest zabawna
3.3 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 26 września, 2015
While the title gives you the idea that this game is, essentially, the video game version of the film trilogy it is actually a 5-episode long sequel to that. What's more is that it's amazingly done and Telltale not only brought back many of our favourite characters from the show (and timelines, too) but we get to meet new ones, as well.

The plot revolves around the disappearance of Doc and once Marty finds out he ended up in 1931 he is set out to save him - of course, speeding up to 88 miles per hour is a must for the journey to begin! It is an era of gangsters and speakeasies due to the prohibition of alcohol and of course this time period has its antagonist in the form of a Tannen.

I would love to go on and elaborate the story but it would be a spoiler, plus, this game is best played if you are a fan of the trilogy as there are so many references to each film that it really helps you with the immersion. Bob Gale (creator of the trilogy) was brought on board to assist with the game's story, hence the references and the similarly funny nature of many of the dialogues.

As for the gameplay: it is a standard point-and-click adventure game but unlike the classic ones (Lucasarts) released decades ago this one only has a small inventory (you never really have more than 5 items with you for long) and it is always one or two places where you can wander about and once you completed the needed task the story progresses accordingly taking you to new areas. Some puzzles can require some thinking but if you are desperate you can always use the in-game "Hint" function at your leisure.

I enjoyed the story from beginning to end but I must admit I felt the tale lost its momentum around episode 4. It became a bit convoluted and I wished it'd end as soon as possible. The ending made up for the last episode's shortcomings and I might just do another walkthrough after I finished watching the films once more. Having been released 5 years ago this Telltale adventure does not have any achievements and nor do we have decisions that can result in a different story progression - this time it is as linear as it gets.

Overall, Back To The Future The Game is a great video game and I hope Hollywood will never ruin the trilogy by making a sequel or remaking it. This game is another hint for them so that the story can be left alone for good. If you liked the production of Zemeckis and Spielberg and you're also appreciative of the games Telltale releases this game is a must for you!
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28 z 32 osób (88%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Według 2 osób ta recenzja jest zabawna
3.2 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 21 października, 2015
Back To The Future: The Game is heavy.

Episode 1 feels like classic BTTF1. Very rewarding for fans of the series, full of lots of references. Everything you could want from the reintroduction. Some things are new, and other things are still tied to the original series. The introduction of Young Emmett “Doc” Brown is a nice addition to the series. The puzzles are fine, but not the main appeal.

Episode 2 feels like classic BTTF2, during the past timeline. This is where the game starts to stand on its own, rather than relying on a heavy dose of nostalgia. This episode further develops the characters of the game, introducing the major conflict of the game. The puzzles are much better, and far more logical than the puzzles of Episode 1.

Episode 3 feels like classic BTTF2, during the alternate present/future timeline. Continues the story established in Episode 2, while allowing the player the opportunity to see an alternate version of the cast of the original movie. This cast manages to hold true to the classic personalities, while giving the characters a new reality to react to. The puzzles feel very heavy handed when compared to the previous two episodes. They rely far more on trial & error, over logic or clear direction like the previous episodes' puzzles. The highlight of the puzzles in this episode would be the heavy metal guitar battle.

Episode 4 doesn't feel like a classic BTTF movie. But this is not a bad thing. By this point, Young Doc learns how to stand on his own two feet, which is also what happens with the story. It no longer needs the safety net of the classic movie trilogy any more. While this episode might have the worst and most tedious puzzle in the game, conversely the story is one of the highpoints of the entire game. Asking heavy questions like “Is it worth hurting a friend, to do what is right?” and “How do you deal with someone that has given up hope?”. This episode manages to juggle these types of questions, while still advancing the story into the final chapter. By the end of episode 4, this story has truly become its own, and worthy of the BTTF name.

Episode 5 resolves all the stories created from Episode 1 through Episode 4, and at the same time it feels like classic BTTF3. This episode, by far, has the best puzzle in the game. This puzzle actually advances the plot, rather than being that annoying thing that stops the story from progressing. As this episode gives closure to the game, it pays homage to the series, with the ending that ties back into the classic BTTF1 ending.

If I would have known that the writer of the movies helped write this game, I would have played it years ago. The gameplay isn't the main attraction here. The reason anyone would play this game, is for the story. While the story is VERY linear, this is not a negative. We are more interested in allowing Marty to fix the timeline, over having a heavy focus on gameplay or a branching narrative. This game is going for a cinematic presentation, and it would never be considered a bad goal to aim for, as it is creating its own spot in the BTTF legacy alongside the trilogy of movies. It knows how to do a proper BTTF story, while still breaking new ground worthy of being included in the canon of the series. The Young Doc storyline shows us that no matter what influences the future, you will still become the heavy hitter that you were always destined to be. There are so many great references and parallels to the movie trilogy, it feels rewarding to fans of the series, as we are not ignored for a new vision of the universe. It really respects the original trilogy, which is rare for a video game based in a movie universe. This game manages to create new classic BTTF moments, without completely relying on constant references to the movies.

It has the “classic” Telltale problem with reading the previous episode's gamesave for the choices you made in the previous episodes. Luckily the number of times the later episodes check the gamesave is minimal, so it is only a minor annoyance. It's best to just choose the first “cover name” for Marty, because that is what the game defaults to, if it fails to correctly check the first gamesave for the name you have actually chosen. This allows for your immersion to not be broken, while bypassing the problem of Telltale's bad programming.

There is a heavy amount of heart and joy in this game, and it is safe for all members of the family to share. Because of this fact, it is a true sequel to the BTTF trilogy, and has earned the title of being called Back To The Future Part 4.

Back To The Future Part 1 – 10/10
Back To The Future Part 2 – 9.7/10
Back To The Future Part 3 – 9.9/10
Back To The Future Part 4 – 9.8/10

Happy Back To The Future Day! I hope we all ended up creating a better future for ourselves, than Marty did today in the original BTTF2 timeline, before he learned his lesson in BTTF3.
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13 z 13 osób (100%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
8.6 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 9 października, 2015
The animation in the game is awesome, and I love that they found someone, where their voices are almost identical with the originals. It's a good game and a bit challenging. The time is flying, when you are playing it. A very exciting history and very wellcombined. Well thought!
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