Final Episode, "OUTATIME", Now Available. Featuring a special appearance by Michael J. Fox!
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Data de lançamento: 23/dez/2010

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Just Released

The Season Finale, “OUTATIME”, is Now Available!

Featuring a special appearance by Michael J. Fox!

Sobre este jogo

Marty McFly e Dr. Brown retornam numa aventura De Volta Para o Futuro completamente nova.
Seis meses após os eventos do terceiro filme, a máquina do tempo DeLorean retorna misteriosamente a Hill Valley - sem motorista! Marty deve voltar no tempo e conseguir ajuda de um Emmett Brown adolescente, ou então o espaço-tempo contínuo será embaralhado para sempre!
Todos os 5 episódios já estão disponíveis!
  • Episódio 1: It's About Time
  • Episódio 2: Get Tannen!
  • Episódio 3: Citzen Brown
  • Episódio 4: Double Visions
  • Episódio 5: OUTATIME - Episódio final!

Principais características

  • Participação especial de Michael J. Fox!
  • Christopher Lloyd e Claudia Wells retornam como as vozes de Dr. Brown e Jennifer Parker
  • Colaboração com Bob Gale, Co-Criador/Escritor da trilogia.
  • As "primeiras famílias" de De Volta para o Futuro: os McFlys, os Browns e, claro, os Tannens - todos desempenham papeis importantes.

Requisitos de sistema

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
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Jed
( 3.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 29 de junho
Ending is a bit ♥♥♥♥, decent TT game.
🐾 S M I T H
( 3.5 horas registradas )
Publicada: 29 de junho
Your reaction being Great Scott! by the end of episode 2 or your money back.

Also if you are wondering, you do get all five episodes with the purchuse.
Zukram97
( 3.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 29 de junho
The story is good and the graphics are okay.
It works great as a sequel to the movies.

Unfortunately your choices doesn't matter in this game(Unlike other telltale games.) and there's not that many chioces to begin with. Most of the time your just talking to other people. There isn't much gameplay.

I wouldn't recomend buying the game, but if you like the movies i do recomend that you watch a walktrough of the game.
Joewudly
( 2.7 horas registradas )
Publicada: 29 de junho
Bought this game on a sale and played it with my wife. Overall this was a fun game to play and we both enjoyed it. One of the episodes was pretty slow but the game as a whole has a good story throughout. We used a controller to play the game and it didnt work that great in the 1st episode. Seemed like they optimized it better as the episodes whent by. In a few places we needed to use the mouse.

If you're a BTTF fan this is a must have.
snarkmageddon
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Publicada: 28 de junho
The first thing I noticed is how dated this game is. It is a 6 years old game already so I didn't expect it to be state of the art but it looks and plays like something from the 90's. Then again, it is based on a franchise that started on the 80's so it's oddly appropriate. Plus this game does not just repeat the story of the movies but adds an entirely new adventure which makes it rather intriguing.
The game runs without a problem in my below average windows 10 pc and I didn't encounter any glitches or crashes.
The animation isn't that impressive and neither is the voice acting. I'd say it's the less refined telltale game I've played so far but it's still somewhat ok even though the animated characters sort of slip to the uncanny valley at times. The controls and especially walking around could use an improvement though now it's too late for suggestions to the developers I guess. I still wish navigating the map would be less awkward.
The story however is pretty interesting and fits the movies. The over the top personality of the characters, the god-awful clothes, the DeLorean, all bring back nostalgic memories from the movies.
The movies themselves weren't technically masterpieces themselves either. It was the concept and the characters that I liked back then and the movies that didn't seem to take themselves too seriously and weren't even apologetic for focusing less on science and more on fiction. On that regard this game could be considered a spiritual successor to the films. It's not polished, not well thought of and reeks of cult which makes it fit to the franchise.
It is a risk creating content for or trying to add to an old franchise when people have already immortalized it and worship it. I'd say this game compliments more the back to the future movies than star wars episodes 1-3 compliment episodes 4-6 and considering it is not written by the same person I find the effort pretty good.
So If you've never watched the Back To The Future movies I'm not sure if you will enjoy or even understand this game but for an old fan it's like looking at childhood pictures. Or, more accurately, like learning what happened to old classmates after graduation. With all its flaws I still recommend this game mainly because it picks up the story from where the movies left it and takes the DeLorean out for a few more spins. I did not get the "this should never have been made" or the "they destroyed the franchise" feeling while playing the game. No, it is not great. It does feel part of the franchise though. Part of the classics. I don't know if they made the gameplay dated for even when the game came out intentionally or not but it somehow felt appropriate. And as a stand alone point and click game I would probably just pass it by but this game is what it is and the story redeems it a lot in my eyes which is why I end up recommending it.
There's a lot of exposition and character building if you get into dialogues which is sort of the point of these type of games. The objectives are clear for the most part but I actually got stuck a few times which made hints come in handy. Most of the time hints are useless because it really is better to just figure out how to progress on your own but it's still nice that they're there.

What you usually see in telltale games is little reminders that a character will remember something and it will matter later on in the story. A cheap illusion of choice making you believe that every player gets a unique highly personalized experience. Here the story is as linear as it gets and very few responces actually matter and give you a slightly personalized experience. I don't feel strongly about it either way seeing how in every one of their games you get the same ending regardless of how you play. Here you just go around, solve puzzles and party like it's 1931! It's more or less a conventional point and click game and a conventional video game based on a popular movie franchise. But since it adds a bunch of new content to the old space travelling mythos many know and love I say go for it. I am wary of people unfamiliar to the movies so if you're reading this and you've never watched the films, don't intend to watch them but still want to buy this game I'm not sure what advice to give other than this: Watch the movies and then based on how much you liked them you decide whether you want to play the game or not. To me this game earns the right to be considered a sequel to the films and this is how it should primarily be viewed as. It is ok as a standalone experience but it really can't be enjoyed properly and judged fairly out of context.

This review is part of the Steamified Community Review program. For more reviews and great giveaways please visit http://www.steamified.com/.
fr0zeN^G
( 0.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 28 de junho
Played only for 15 minutes and I already want to shoot Biff.
Swaggy McYolo
( 4.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 28 de junho
a really must have if you watch the movie.
not as funny as the movie though
Portuga
( 3.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 27 de junho
O gameplay está longe do ideal, mas a história certamente está à altura da trilogia!
Excruciate
( 2.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 27 de junho
Good job turning one of the greatest movie series of all time into a game for 10 year old mongoloids. On par with a Nickelodeon Saturday morning cartoon like Blues Clues. GREAT SCOTT!
baileysample
( 0.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 27 de junho
Whenever i try to play the game it just pulls up a black screen and it wont let me exit out. makes me have to reset my computer.....Someone help???!!!?!?!?!
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Harrassment is a federal crime, Mr. Corleone.
Harrassment is a federal crime, Mr. Corleone.
Harrassment is a federal crime, Mr. Corleone.
Harrassment is a federal crime, Mr. Corleone.
Harrassment is a federal crime, Mr. Corleone.
Harrassment is a federal crime, Mr. Corleone.
Harrassment is a federal crime, Mr. Corleone.
Harrassment is a federal crime, Mr. Corleone.

10/10 would be confused again
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The first thing I noticed is how dated this game is. It is a 6 years old game already so I didn't expect it to be state of the art but it looks and plays like something from the 90's. Then again, it is based on a franchise that started on the 80's so it's oddly appropriate. Plus this game does not just repeat the story of the movies but adds an entirely new adventure which makes it rather intriguing.
The game runs without a problem in my below average windows 10 pc and I didn't encounter any glitches or crashes.
The animation isn't that impressive and neither is the voice acting. I'd say it's the less refined telltale game I've played so far but it's still somewhat ok even though the animated characters sort of slip to the uncanny valley at times. The controls and especially walking around could use an improvement though now it's too late for suggestions to the developers I guess. I still wish navigating the map would be less awkward.
The story however is pretty interesting and fits the movies. The over the top personality of the characters, the god-awful clothes, the DeLorean, all bring back nostalgic memories from the movies.
The movies themselves weren't technically masterpieces themselves either. It was the concept and the characters that I liked back then and the movies that didn't seem to take themselves too seriously and weren't even apologetic for focusing less on science and more on fiction. On that regard this game could be considered a spiritual successor to the films. It's not polished, not well thought of and reeks of cult which makes it fit to the franchise.
It is a risk creating content for or trying to add to an old franchise when people have already immortalized it and worship it. I'd say this game compliments more the back to the future movies than star wars episodes 1-3 compliment episodes 4-6 and considering it is not written by the same person I find the effort pretty good.
So If you've never watched the Back To The Future movies I'm not sure if you will enjoy or even understand this game but for an old fan it's like looking at childhood pictures. Or, more accurately, like learning what happened to old classmates after graduation. With all its flaws I still recommend this game mainly because it picks up the story from where the movies left it and takes the DeLorean out for a few more spins. I did not get the "this should never have been made" or the "they destroyed the franchise" feeling while playing the game. No, it is not great. It does feel part of the franchise though. Part of the classics. I don't know if they made the gameplay dated for even when the game came out intentionally or not but it somehow felt appropriate. And as a stand alone point and click game I would probably just pass it by but this game is what it is and the story redeems it a lot in my eyes which is why I end up recommending it.
There's a lot of exposition and character building if you get into dialogues which is sort of the point of these type of games. The objectives are clear for the most part but I actually got stuck a few times which made hints come in handy. Most of the time hints are useless because it really is better to just figure out how to progress on your own but it's still nice that they're there.

What you usually see in telltale games is little reminders that a character will remember something and it will matter later on in the story. A cheap illusion of choice making you believe that every player gets a unique highly personalized experience. Here the story is as linear as it gets and very few responces actually matter and give you a slightly personalized experience. I don't feel strongly about it either way seeing how in every one of their games you get the same ending regardless of how you play. Here you just go around, solve puzzles and party like it's 1931! It's more or less a conventional point and click game and a conventional video game based on a popular movie franchise. But since it adds a bunch of new content to the old space travelling mythos many know and love I say go for it. I am wary of people unfamiliar to the movies so if you're reading this and you've never watched the films, don't intend to watch them but still want to buy this game I'm not sure what advice to give other than this: Watch the movies and then based on how much you liked them you decide whether you want to play the game or not. To me this game earns the right to be considered a sequel to the films and this is how it should primarily be viewed as. It is ok as a standalone experience but it really can't be enjoyed properly and judged fairly out of context.

This review is part of the Steamified Community Review program. For more reviews and great giveaways please visit http://www.steamified.com/.
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Define irony...

Buying the first episode only to later find that you can get it for free simply by going to the tell tale website and downloading it direct.

Define irony...

Living in 2016 and playing a game off a franchise which envisioned 2015 way cooler than what it really ever was.

Define irony...

Playing a game about characters who worry that their actions will disrupt the space time continuum, only to find by accident mid game, that there is a glitch where if you instead of walking past cueball (the barman) stop and talk to him about everything and then walk around the corner and prop up the door. Your characters will really forever be stuck in 1931 as the game will not be able to register you hitting a red pipe to open up a secret door as 'you never saw the secret door in the first place'. The whole game time continuum collapses and your stuck forever in 1931. The only way out is restart and dont talk to cueball until he shows you secret passage.

I'm personally a huge fan of the franchise and like me if you are old enough to have seen back to the future at the cinema you would have been deeply sorrowed when you heard that the entertaining rumours of a back to the future 4 aka back to the future rides again was canned largely because the main actor Michael J Fox had been diagnosed with a debilitating illness known as Parkinsons. With that in mind according to credits it seems that a charity dealing directly with parkinsons benefits from the sales of this game, So with that in mind, how could you ever give this a thumbs down?

The game is a point and click adventure which unlike tell tales other franchises like the 'walking dead', which adds a layer of illusion that your choice matters, here it simply doesn't matter. Instead you just solve puzzles by playing around with things you picked up and placing them at the right place at the right time.

The game continues on 6 months after back to the future 3. The delorean lands back at doc brown residence unmanned with the exception of 'Einstein' doc's dog. (How the delorean survived is explained in one of doc brown's many speech bubbles in game). Marty when he opens up the delorean finds out that the automatic retreival system kicked itself in and that Doc must have got himself into some type of trouble. The only problem is the date system display isnt working properly and Marty has no idea where doc went. The only clue is a womans shoe on the floor of the delorean. From that Marty MUST find out where doc went to and save him.

Because the game storyboard is written by back to the futures original script writer Bob Gale and the voice acting and appearances are from many of the original crew including Christopher Lloyd and Michael J Fox the game plays true and is a fitting tribute to the fluxing back to the future fellow time travellers. There are literally hundreds of easter eggs planted just in the first episode alone which many will miss without a keen eye and a trigger happy screen shot shooter. Also there are MANY speech bubbles with dialogue gems that a impatient person might miss. Take for instance when Tannen is getting his shoes shined. Instead of accepting shining his shoes, decline doing so and then walk up to him again and repeat. His speech changes MANY, MANY TIMES. My personal favorite is, "tell Ma she will get her cut next week!"

The best thing for me is the musical score. I just cant get enough of the music. Amazingly it is even more fitting for a game than it is for a movie. It has the magic of turning a humdrum objective into a 'yeah that's right man I just saved the human race' and on the flip side the other music which has the feel' whoops did i just wipe someone out of existence? My bad!' If god created this world then we have all been jipped. He should have made it so back to the future music follows us everywhere with everything we do. Life would just seem so much more meaningful.

Finishes review with a posted GREAT SCOTT thumbs up!

Cue back to the future music that makes it feel like i've corrected the whole space time continuum.
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Love this game along with the movie!
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Pretty good game that flows well with the original movies timeline.
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Im a huge fan of Back to the future movies, and this game was totally funny and great to play))=)=)=))==)
5/5 would play again (Im going to play ths again)
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Brilliant game fits in brilliantly with the film's love it
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A Telltale, mais uma vez, mostra que sabe o que faz quando escolhe adaptar um universo famoso pré-estabelecido em um simples jogo adventure.

Recomendo tanto aos fãs quanto a quem não conhece os filmes. O jogo se passa após os eventos do terceiro filmes, e pode ser visto tanto como uma continuação (pra quem já assistiu) quanto como um spin-off, não é necessário ter assistido para entender. E pra quem acha que clássicos devem permanecer intocados, digo que esse jogo não deve em nada aos filmes. A história é realmente muito bem contada e leve, com diversas situações engraçadas e bizarras, diversas referências, e, mesmo utilizando os personagens originais, não interfere no que foi mostrado nos filmes.

A dublagem do jogo é muito boa, ainda mais com a voz do Christopher Lloyd como o Doc. Muitas músicas do filme estão presentes (inclusive a maravilhosa música tema). Os gráficos do jogo seguem o estilo cartunesco da Telltale, indo pra um lado que lembra mais um desenho animado do que uma revista em quadrinhos.

É importante falar que esse jogo saiu bem antes de The Walking Dead, jogo que, sem dúvidas, elevou o nome da desenvolvedora no mercado, então algumas mecânicas utilizadas no jogo de zumbis não estão presentes aqui. Exemplo: enquanto em TWD pode-se fazer seu próprio caminho, aqui a história é muito mais linear, acho que algo necessário nesse caso.

No aguardo de uma continuação, embora ache difícil :/

"Emmett: Wait. I will see you again, right?
Marty: I guarantee it."
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Um jogo impressionante e obrigatório para os fans da série Back To The Future (conhecido como De Volta para o Futuro). A história é muito bem escrita e o clima do jogo como um todo é muito bem executado, não devendo nada para o que é visto nos filmes.
O final é surpreendente e deixa o jogador com a expectativa lá no alto enquanto aguarda uma provavel sequência (por que não?).

Os gráficos são simples e seguem o estilo cartunesco dos jogos da Telltale, ou seja, cumprindo bem o seu papel, embora não sejam espetaculares como o de outros adventures como Indigo Prophecy por exemplo.

Back To The Future não possui o sistema de escolhas morais que é usado em Walking Dead (e em outros da Telltale) e creio que o motivo é intencional, para proporcionar uma história mais coexa, tornando a experiência mais proxima possivel de um filme da franquia. Isto pode ser considerado um ponto fraco do jogo, uma vez que não existem muitos motivos para joga-lo mais de uma vez, e por consequência o Replay Value fica devendo.

Falando em Replay Value, Back To The Future infelizmente não possui nenhum. Não existem colecionáveis, achievements ou escolhas morais, como dito no parágrafo anterior. A unica motivação para aprecia-lo mais de uma vez fica por conta de sua belíssima história que não decepciona.

Back To The Future: The Game pode ser considerado um verdadeiro sucessor da clássica trilogia da série e merece uma sequência, que até agora parece ser improvável, o que é uma pena.

Podem compra-lo sem medo.
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Quem é fã vai curtir!
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