Die finale Episode "OUTATIME" steht ab sofort zur Verfügung. Inklusive eines besonderen Auftritts von Michael J. Fox!
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Veröffentlichung: 23. Dez. 2010

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Das Staffelfinale “OUTATIME” steht ab sofort zur Verfügung!

Inklusive eines besonderen Auftritts von Michael J. Fox!

Über dieses Spiel

Marty McFly und Doc Brown kehren in diesem komplett neuem Zurück in die Zukunft-Abenteuer zurück.
Sechs Monate nach dem ereignisreichen, dritten Film ist die Zeitmaschine DeLorean ohne jegliche Besatzung auf unerklärliche Weise zurück nach Hill Valley gekehrt! Marty muss erneut in der Zeit reisen, um Hilfe von dem beständigen Teenager Emmett Brown zu erhalten oder das Raum-Zeit-Kontinuum wird sich für immer auflösen!
Alle 5 Episoden jetzt verfügbar!
  • Episode 1: It's About Time
  • Episode 2: Get Tannen!
  • Episode 3: Citizen Brown
  • Episode 4: Double Visions
  • Episode 5: OUTATIME - Finale!


  • Ein besonderer Auftritt von Michael J. Fox!
  • Christopher Lloyd und Claudia Wells kehren als Synchronsprecher für Doc Brown und Jennifer Parker zurück
  • In Zusammenarbeit mit Bob Gale Film Trilogy Co-Creator/Co-Writer entstanden
  • Zurück in die Zukunft's “Ersten Familien.” Die McFlys, die Browns und natürlich die Tannens – alle Spielen Ihre typischen Rollen.


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4 von 4 Personen (100 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. Februar
Sozusagen Teil 4 der Geschichte Zurück in die Zukunft ist ein einfach gestricktes Point&Click Game, aber es macht Spaß und jemand der die Filme gerne mag, wird auch das Spiel mögen. Ich fand es sehr unterhaltsam, wenn es auch an ein zwei Stellen etwas albern war.
Ich vermute man hat circa 12 Std für einen Normalpreis vo 20€. Ich habe es im Sale gekauft und bin der Meinung das 20€ im Moment doch ein wenig viel sind. Es hat ja mittlerweile ein paar Jahre hinter sich, aber im Sale ist es auf jeden Fall für jeden ein Kauf wert, wem die Filme gefallen.
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2 von 3 Personen (67 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. Dezember 2015
Sehr gutes spiel aber zu schnell durch und zu einfach
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28 von 29 Personen (97 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
24.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. April
It's hard to deny that Back to the Future games have had a sordid history. When the best game based on the series up until now was a Grand Theft Auto: Vice City mod, it doesn't speak very well of the efforts that came before it. Still, with Telltale's new effort, the series finds what might be its first good commercial adaptation. With excellent use of the movies running jokes, themes, and soundscape, and Telltale's clever writing and puzzle-crafting, Back to the Future manages to be the first commercial Back to the Future video game worth the name.

Taking place shortly after Back to the Future part 3, in the wake of Doc Brown leaving Hill Valley, the game opens with Marty McFly and his father preparing Doc's possessions for an estate sale. However, when the time-traveling DeLorean returns to 1986, empty save for a cassette recorder, a lady's shoe, and Doc Brown's dog, it's up to you, as Marty, to uncover where and when Doc is, what kind of trouble he's in, and how to rescue him.

The games dialogue is pitch-perfect, with Christopher Lloyd reprising his role as Doc Brown, and AJ LoCascio stepping into Martys role with an uncanny interpretation of the character that I could barely distinguish from Michael J. Fox. Telltales writing is spot on, hitting many of the movie series running jokes, while being more than clever in its own right. Whether it's a soup-delivering do-gooder announcing that she has to run food to the asylum because the inmates are just crazy for it, or Doc Brown warning that eating at the soup kitchen will cause permanent damage to Martys digestive system in the same panicked tones he uses to refer to the destruction of time itself, the writing is spot on, and the dialogue is delivered expertly.

The games graphics are charming; with a cartoonish bent that pervades the game. The character designs fit their roles in the game, and while the differences in the level of caricature can be momentarily alarming, as the comparison between Marty and Doc Browns proportions took me aback when I first noticed them, the interpretation works better, and the characters have more life and expression to them than a more realistic approach would have. Meanwhile, the music draws its cues from the films, with numerous familiar themes coming back around, and fans of the movies scores will find a lot to recognize and enjoy.

The gameplay itself is a relatively simple adventure game. The puzzles are all either dialogue-based or involve using items straight from the inventory with little combination or other elaborate inventory tricks to be found. A robust help system will ease players who can't boggle through the solutions through the game, though the puzzles are straightforward enough that veteran players might not find much to challenge them. Still, the focus is on the story rather than the puzzles, and they manage to succeed brilliantly, especially with a surprisingly tense set of puzzles at the very end.

Telltale Games' legions of fans have every reason to fall in love with it, because it's a cross between the developer's trademark point-and-click gameplay and the excellent story of the Back to the Future series. Telltale managed to make me feel eight years old again. It may not be time travel, but it could be the closest you can get without a flux capacitor.
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7 von 7 Personen (100 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
3.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Dezember 2015
Back to the Future: The Game is quite possibly the best movie-based game ever made. If you are at all a fan of the films, you will definitely enjoy this title.

The story picks up after Part III, where Doc Brown has disappeared, and when his DeLorean appears out of nowhere, you must take control of Marty McFly and travel through time to find Doc and prevent the destruction of the space-time continuum. As the story really is this game’s main selling point, I won’t spoil it for you – find out what happens as you play through. At one point Bob Gale, the producer for the films, stated that the game’s story can be essentially considered Back to the Future Part IV.

The gameplay is highly reminiscent of the old LucasArts SCUMM adventure games such as The Secret of Monkey Island and Maniac Mansion, with the only major difference being that you control Marty directly with the WASD keys and not by clicking where you want him to go. To progress, you interact with characters to learn new information, and pick up and use items in appropriate places to complete goals. Those goals are visible in your inventory, and if you get stuck, you can ask for up to 3 optional hints (depending on the puzzle you are on).

The game is divided into 5 episodes, and each one is a separate game that must be downloaded individually. This is fine, but just a heads-up - your play records won’t be combined.

You can save at any time you’d like – IF YOU AREN’T DOING A PUZZLE. If you are in an action sequence of any sort, or doing a multi-step puzzle, you cannot save until it has been completed. This is a slight flaw in that it sometimes forces you to play for extended periods of time if you don’t want to scrap what you’ve been working on.

Each episode will take you 2 to 4 hours to complete, and the game in total will clock in at around 15 hours. It’s a very fun adventure and a surprisingly thoughtful story. The difficulty level isn’t too high, and you won’t be forced to go to the Internet for a walkthrough more than 2 or 3 times if you’re familiar with point-and-click games and have good lateral thinking skills. Unfortunately, the replay value here is very low, simply due to the type of game Back to the Future is. Once you’ve completed the game, there really isn’t a point to going back and playing through it a second time, because it will just be the same story over again. But for a single play-through, it’s a lot of fun.

In conclusion, I would highly recommend Back to the Future: The Game to anyone who is a fan of the films (or the LucasArts games) and is looking for another story featuring the characters they know and love. It’s a true BTTF adventure from start to finish =)
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8 von 10 Personen (80 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
9.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. Dezember 2015
Closest thing we'll ever get to Back to the Future 4. Truly sticks to the feeling of Back to the Future. Funny at times, engaging in others. Really love it!
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