Episodio finale, "OUTATIME", disponibile ora. Con la partecipazione speciale di Michael J. Fox!
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Molto positiva (106 recensioni) - 83% delle 106 recensioni degli utenti pubblicate negli ultimi 30 giorni sono positive.
Complessivamente:
Molto positiva (1,499 recensioni) - 1,499 recensioni degli utenti (89%) per questo gioco sono positive.
Data di rilascio: 23 dic 2010

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Con la partecipazione speciale di Michael J. Fox!

Informazioni sul gioco

Marty McFly e Doc Brown ritornano in un'avventura completamente nuova di Ritorno al Futuro.
Sei mesi dopo gli eventi del terzo film, la Macchina del Tempo DeLorean ritorna misteriosamente a Hill Valley - senza guidatore! Marty deve tornare indietro nel tempo e richiedere l'aiuto di un reclutante adolescente Emmett Brown, o altrimenti il continuun spazio-temporale sarà disfatto per sempre!
Tutti e 5 gli Episodi sono Ora Disponibili!
  • Episodio 1: It's About Time
  • Episodio 2: Get Tannen!
  • Episodio 3: Citizen Brown
  • Episodio 4: Double Visions
  • Episodio 5: OUTATIME - Finale!

Caratteristiche chiave:

  • Partecipazione Speciale di Michael J. Fox!
  • Christopher Lloyd e Claudia Wells ritornano a interpretare Doc Brown e Jennifer Parker.
  • Collaborazione con Bob Gale Co-Creatore/Co-Sceneggiatore della Trilogia.
  • “Le famiglie originali” di Ritorno al Futuro. I McFly, i Brown, e ovviamente, i Tannen – giocano tutte un ruolo chiave.

Requisiti di 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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Jr786 Neil Watts/Eva Rosalene
( 0.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 27 maggio
Time Period of Review:
Friday
May 26
2016

While my Dad seems to like the Back to the Future Movie Series, I think Telltale have done a great job with their Point and Click Adventure Games, Back to the Future: The Game or Back to the Future: Part 4 is by far a neat game which contains Time Travel. Set 6 months after the events of the third film, the DeLorean Time Machine mysteriously returns to Hill Valley driverless. Travel through time as you meet up with McFlys, Tannens and Browns through the ages to right wrongs, amend timelines, and prevent terrible terrible mistakes by going up to 88MPH & Who needs roads we're When going to.

Episode 1:
Marty McFly is just getting re-acquainted with the 1980’s when the DeLorean Time Machine he saw destroyed by a speeding train materializes before him. He finds out that Doc Brown is trapped somewhere in the past and that he must travel back in time to save the Doc's future!

Episode 2:
Marty is keeping an eye on young Doc Brown's proverbial date with scientific destiny when he and 1980s Doc must prevent gang boss Kid Tannen from wreaking havoc on Marty's family and erasing his girlfriend from the future!

Episode 3:
A time-stranded Marty has a rough and tumble return to the 1980s and finds himself in a topsy-turvy or should we say Politically Corrected version of the world lorded over by the enigmatic "First Citizen Brown."

Episode 4:
The Hill Valley Expo has arrived! Back in 1986, Marty and First Citizen Brown must join forces to create an epic invention so that he can prevent the young Emmett Brown from making the worst mistake of his life.

Episode 5:
In the Series Finale of Back to the Future: Part 4, lives are changed, mysteries are solved, and paradoxes are avoided as Young Emmett seals his fate, sending Marty and Doc on a climactic chase through Hill Valley's past, present, and future.
Cremo
( 3.0 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 27 maggio
Not your typical TellTale game

Instead of trying to make choices, this game focuses more on solving puzzles, solving problems you have created with time travelling. But this shouldn't bother you, because TellTale games have lovely stories, just like Back to the Future: The Game.
the_aY
( 3.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 26 maggio
Back to the Future: The Game is a fine addition to the classic Back to the Future story line. The story starts off fairly straight-forward, but then things get complicated as Marty and Doc go through the adventure. In true likeness to the original movies, nothing is ever simple when it comes to time travel, and simple events create great waves in the timeline.

The gameplay itself is that of a point-and-click adventure, with lots of talking to characters and using items to solve various situations. The puzzles are certainly not arbitrary like the past games, and most things can be figured out with a little bit of thought. But if you are ever stuck, there is an in-game hint system to help you move along and advance the story.

This title is certainly one that Back to the Future fans can appreciate. Even if you aren't a die-hard fan of the old films, there is still a fun story to be experienced here, and it may make a fan of you yet.

7/10 "Good"
BennyandtheJets
( 4.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 25 maggio
I had always wanted to play this game because I enjoy the Back to the Future movies, but I'm a poor college student, and $19.99 is way too much to ask for a game that is relatively short and has no replayability, especially since you can get the base game of Skyrim for that price. Being a thrifty shopper, I waited until the game was on sale, but then decided against spending the $4.99 it would have cost me to add this game to my Steam account, once again trying to save my money for more important things, such as food. Then one day, I discovered that there was a Humble Bundle being sold with this game and 5 others for only $1, and I decided that I should probably just buy it, since it was never going to get cheaper than that. That was a very good decision on my part. If you like the Back to the Future movies and are okay with point and click gameplay, you will probably enjoy this game. While it's not the most polished point and click game I have ever played, the story is long enough and enjoyable enough to make up for it. It took me 15.8 hours to finish all 5 episodes, which is a decent length for a story driven point and click game.

Overall, because I'm cheap and never buy anything on Steam at full price, I would recommend this game, but would also recommend that you get it when it goes on sale, simply because there isn't a whole lot you can do with it once you play through it once.
Sinapse
( 3.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 24 maggio
Product received for free
It’s from Telltale, so it’s most likely gonna be good.

The game is divided into 5 episodes and each goes for about 2 hours.
It’s also a point and click. You can’t combine an inventory item with another inventory item but it’s still quite difficult. I thought it was really nice of the developers to include a hint system, but I’d only recommend using it when you have absolutely no clue so you don’t ruin the experience.

The story goes along pretty good and makes sense, which is probably because the team got a writer that worked on the trilogy.

A really fantastic game that uses its movie predecessors as a foundation, but still adds stuff. Christopher Lloyd also voices Doc, which is great. Although, from what I’ve seen, this is not exactly the best telltale game.

Note: you can actually enjoy almost all of the game without watching all the movies. True, I didn’t ‘get’ a few references, but I still found the game to be really entertaining.
Whudunit
( 2.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 23 maggio
I enjoyed this game a lot. It brought a ton of memories back, having watched the Trilogy in theatres. However, I also found this game quite frustrating. I often knew what I was supposed to do next, but I couldn't figure out the precise steps to complete the task. So I spent a lot of time using the hints and youtube videos. Maybe I suck (LoL), but you should be warned if your a bit impatient like me.

I picked this up during a sale, but the current $21.99 would be worth it to me. Five episodes for under $4.50, not to shabby.
Muffin McFly
( 3.0 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 21 maggio
Back to the Future already is my favourite movie series, But to have a game of it? that is f*ckin' awesome. Count me in! Im buying it.
Smoke My Wood
( 0.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 21 maggio
I do like tell tale games, the walking dead was epic, but this is just too moronic. You get hints to help you along the way and believe me you need them. Takes the fun out of it been too hard, The gpahics are sweet but there are some bugs, delays and general awkwardness. I got it on sale, if i paid full price i wouldnt be happy. If i could go back in time like Marty i would not buy this game
nix.mills
( 3.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 21 maggio
Like another Back to the Future movie. I loved it.
inspectortr
( 13.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 20 maggio
An excellent advantıre game with excellent references to the films.
__ HomicidalHare
( 2.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 maggio
Great game! I love how Telltale masters point and click games. It adds just the right amount of nostalgia with an interesting story. It feels like I'm playing TV show versions of Back to the Future.
One Name (Scott)
( 18.0 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 maggio
Great Scott!
This is a decent game!
reni800
( 3.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 maggio
Whilst the gameplay itself is distinctly average, being a simplified point-and-click adventure game, the actual storyline is fantastic and would make a superb 4th film (better than 3). The voicing is vey well done and the little nods and winks to the films make this a very immersive game into the whole BTTF universe. I genuinely felt the same warm nostalgic glow from playing this game as I did/do from watching the films!
Damien Ramirez
( 0.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 maggio
Great Game, Great Story. Compeleted on Playstation, nice to have another copy for future play through
Sandvich
( 13.0 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 maggio
Deep down in Louisiana close to New Orleans,
Way back up in the woods among the evergreens
There stood a log cabin made of earth and wood,
Where lived a country boy named Johnny B. Goode
Who never ever learned to read or write so well,
But he could play a guitar just like a ringing a bell.


Go Go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Johnny B. Goode

He used to carry his guitar in a gunny sack
Or sit beneath the tree by the railroad track.
Oh, the engineers would see him sitting in the shade,
Strumming with the rhythm that the drivers made.
The people passing by, they would stop and say,
"Oh, my, but that little country boy could play!"


His mother told him, "Someday you will be a man,
And you will be the leader of a big old band.
Many people coming from miles around
To hear you play your music when the sun go down.
Maybe someday your name will be in lights
Saying 'Johnny B. Goode tonight'."

Go Go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Johnny B. Goode
Dan0
( 7.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 17 maggio
Awesome
Tabulation
( 2.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 17 maggio
Solid B. Not in the style of TWD or GoT Telltale games, but an enjoyable post movies story anyhow.
Major
( 3.0 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 17 maggio
Interesting game its sound only makes you feel that you are the protagonist of the film
although i would recomend you the game ONLY if you are a big fan of "Back to the Future" trilogy
since the poor gameplay and simple scrip place the game a below average in consider of the curent competition
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2 persone su 2 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
5.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 16 maggio
Very nice game , different than usual and with a very nice plot !
10/10
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Consigliato
3.6 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 2 maggio
"Back to the Future" all-time fan here.

This game is as good as the movies: it's split into 2hrs or so long, 5 Episodes.
The new story begins at Twin Pines Mall, soon after Doc's sent Einstein into the future and then continues by a logical thread over the following episodes.

"Back to the Future: The Game" is quite a simple point and click adventure but that's its strong point, in my opinion: quests are pretty damn logic, no weird stuff to be done and an easy inventory mechanism (no need to combine items).
There's also a very well done in-game hint system which gives you advices and suggestions before actually telling you what to do next, so you won't get spoiled too fast and will have some time to try and figure out the "problem" yourself (yeah, I used it a couple of times).

Put that together with a solid story line, cute graphics and never boring characters and you get "Back to the Future Part IV".
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Consigliato
3.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 13 maggio
Back to the Future: The Game is a dialogue & story focused adventure game. Unlike other Telltale games I've played & liked (Walking Dead, Wolf Among Us, a bit of Game of Thrones) it strays a bit from their formula. There are no choices whatsoever (not even the illusory ones) - the story is strictly predefined without even the tiniest of detours. The general quality of the game seems to be subpar at best in comparison to their previous titles. The controls are clunky, the graphics lacks detail and overall polish, the UI elements are huge (mobile like) and obtrusive (even after turning off everything the game allowed me to). And unlike other Telltale games, where you don't really need to know the source material - here you do. You should be familiar with the movies, as the game starts sometime after 3rd movie ended, and not only doesn't explain who is who, but also casually showers you with references assuming you remember everything in detail. If I haven't re-watched the movies recently to refresh my memory, I feel like I would have been at a disadvantage.

For some weird reason the game is split into 5 separate entries in the Steam library, forcing user to re-apply their settings every time they start a new chapter. No wonder no decisions can't be made here, because nothing carries over to the next chapter, since each has to be started as a separate game. The only thing you decide upon in first chapter - your fake name you introduce yourself in the past, is instantly invalidated in chapter 2, where other game inhabitants insist on calling the protagonist what seems to be a default name from the ch1 list. Also I've noticed the time played is not summed up. Chapter 1 time is displayed as total time (which in my case was around 14 hours total, not 3.3 as shown).

The default movement controls require you to left click and drag to move, and on top of that right clicking makes Marty run. Thing is, the right click also skips dialogue, so gods forbid you bump into another character while running like that - you will immediately skip first few lines of dialogue without any option to go back and listen to them. Thankfully you can also move with WSAD and use Shift to run to avoid accidental skip, but the game doesn't tell you that. The environment is so littered with invisible walls that it borders on ridiculous at times & trying to walk can be an exercise in patience. You'd think that in an open area you can cross the road wherever you want - well nope, just in specific nondescript junction points. Rarely you're allowed to just walk up to something in a straight line. Most of the time it feels like being forced into invisible rails.

Clickboxes (clickable areas that allow interaction with objects) are inconsistent. Sometimes they are so huge that clicking several cm from an object still triggers an interaction. Sometimes they are so tiny, that even when you know for sure that they should be there somewhere, you still need to comb the screen carefully with your mouse. Sometimes an object had more than one clickbox separated by empty space, and even though you'd think that the 2nd one is for a different object it still triggeres interaction with the thing you already checked. Whenever I found myself stuck, it usually turned out later that I missed one vital object that was either hard to pinpoint or overshadowed by a bigger nearby object with a huge clickbox. This was particularly frustrating when I had to do a lot of back and forth between several locations. The difficulty mainly came from finding all the interactive objects. Once you pinpointed where everything was, it was quite easy from there.

After first two chapters I was convinced I will be giving this game thumbs down. Even though I liked the story and character development, I wasn't enjoying it and instead I was just irritated most of the time due to game's several issues and disappointing quality & mechanics. The events past chapter 3 raised the stakes, so I became determined to push though & finish the game to see how it all ends. And even though there were so many time jumps, fixing one thing resulting in messing up another and spawning yet another fubar timeline, that there should have been bajillion paradoxes already (not to mention a silly explanation where did the DeLorean came from in the first place), despite all that I'm glad I've played though it. Mainly because the final chapter was indeed great, and the ending was so adorably self aware of its own plot shortcomings, that it put a wide smile on my face and basically redeemed the rest of the game in my eyes :)

If you're planning on playing this game and like me you thought "I like Telltale games and I like Back to the Future movies, so this game should be no-brainer" be aware that this might not be the case. The overall quality & design is disappointing compared to other major Telltale titles. The story is really neat with satisfying finale, but one might consider just watching a let's play instead of having to deal with game's clunkiness and irritating issues. Myself I prefer playing instead of watching, and I'm still in good mood after having beaten the game, so my "on fence" stance is slightly tipped towards thumbs up :) Buyer beware though :)
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9 persone su 14 (64%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Sconsigliato
2.9 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 6 maggio
Oh dear... I really like the Back To The Future trilogy and this game certainly feels like a part of the franchise, but while the voice acting and presentation is great, the game itself isn't.

The presentation of the game is really great. Animation and design of the characters feel like a well done 3D cartoon version of the original cast. The voice actor for Marty is very close to Micheal J. Fox and you won't feel a difference most of the time.

The story starts out interesting and the first two episodes get you hooked to the setting. Sadly this stops working during the third episode where events just become a bit too convoluted and the story grinds to a repetitive halt. I can see what they were going for and while the idea isn't terrible, it's not executed very well in this game.

So far I would recommend the game as a whole, but sadly the most important aspect of a game is the one that doesn't work here at all: game play. There's a good amount of inventory and dialogue based puzzles in here and théy aren't too bad, but sometimes feel like a lot of busy work and/or guessing. The main problem with the game play are the sequences in which you have to do certain things in the right order to get past it. There are too many of those scenes and they are not fun to play at all. Most of the time you'll end up just trying everything until something finally works, but it never feels satisfying to find the right solution.

Overall it's a close call and I certainly would rather give it a neutral rating if Steam had that option. It's not a bad game and if you like the story it might be well worth your time. For me it was just slightly not entertaining enough, so I'll give a thumbs down. By all means pick it up on sale and try it for yourself :)
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2 persone su 2 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
3.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 12 maggio
Here's all you really need to know about BTTF: The Game.

1. As an adventure game, the puzzles are overly simplistic and, at times, borderline tedious. If that's the only thing you're looking for, there's better fare out there, much of it from Telltale.

2. As a BTTF story--Telltale *nails* it. Boy do they ever nail it.

Ignore the reviews griping about 'uneven' tone and the slow first chapter (yes, both of those are true--and also largely irrelevant). The game not only perfectly captures the friendship/relationship between Marty and Doc--it actually, and this is remarkable, develops and furthers the complexities of that relationship; shows a deep understanding of the character of Hill Valley and its inhabitants (an underappreciated quality of the film--like Batman's Gotham City or Blade Runner's Los Angeles, Hill Valley is almost a character in and of itself); provides a delightfully entertaining backstory to Doctor Brown's origins as a scientist; and ultimatelyquestions what underlies the supposed 'moral imperative' Marty has in changing people's futures to begin with (for those who don't study film/literature, this is the actual 'point' of a certain other starring character's inclusion).

The voice work is spot-on--I was worried about the substitution of A.J Locascio for Marty McFly's voice, but it's well done throughout--Christopher Lloyd sounds terrific for his age--and Michael J. Fox himself makes an appropriate cameo in the final episode.

And that final episode ios great--it leaves you with the same warm feeling inside that the films end on, as the friendship between Marty and Doc has grown yet stronger and ever more meaningful through their interactions with each other's lives.

Play it for the story, as opposed to the 'game'. A gem.
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2 persone su 2 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
3.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 24 maggio
Product received for free
It’s from Telltale, so it’s most likely gonna be good.

The game is divided into 5 episodes and each goes for about 2 hours.
It’s also a point and click. You can’t combine an inventory item with another inventory item but it’s still quite difficult. I thought it was really nice of the developers to include a hint system, but I’d only recommend using it when you have absolutely no clue so you don’t ruin the experience.

The story goes along pretty good and makes sense, which is probably because the team got a writer that worked on the trilogy.

A really fantastic game that uses its movie predecessors as a foundation, but still adds stuff. Christopher Lloyd also voices Doc, which is great. Although, from what I’ve seen, this is not exactly the best telltale game.

Note: you can actually enjoy almost all of the game without watching all the movies. True, I didn’t ‘get’ a few references, but I still found the game to be really entertaining.
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2 persone su 2 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
3.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 21 maggio
Back to the Future already is my favourite movie series, But to have a game of it? that is f*ckin' awesome. Count me in! Im buying it.
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Sconsigliato
3.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 17 maggio
Interesting game its sound only makes you feel that you are the protagonist of the film
although i would recomend you the game ONLY if you are a big fan of "Back to the Future" trilogy
since the poor gameplay and simple scrip place the game a below average in consider of the curent competition
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1 persone su 1 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
1 persone su 1 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
0.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 27 maggio
Time Period of Review:
Friday
May 26
2016

While my Dad seems to like the Back to the Future Movie Series, I think Telltale have done a great job with their Point and Click Adventure Games, Back to the Future: The Game or Back to the Future: Part 4 is by far a neat game which contains Time Travel. Set 6 months after the events of the third film, the DeLorean Time Machine mysteriously returns to Hill Valley driverless. Travel through time as you meet up with McFlys, Tannens and Browns through the ages to right wrongs, amend timelines, and prevent terrible terrible mistakes by going up to 88MPH & Who needs roads we're When going to.

Episode 1:
Marty McFly is just getting re-acquainted with the 1980’s when the DeLorean Time Machine he saw destroyed by a speeding train materializes before him. He finds out that Doc Brown is trapped somewhere in the past and that he must travel back in time to save the Doc's future!

Episode 2:
Marty is keeping an eye on young Doc Brown's proverbial date with scientific destiny when he and 1980s Doc must prevent gang boss Kid Tannen from wreaking havoc on Marty's family and erasing his girlfriend from the future!

Episode 3:
A time-stranded Marty has a rough and tumble return to the 1980s and finds himself in a topsy-turvy or should we say Politically Corrected version of the world lorded over by the enigmatic "First Citizen Brown."

Episode 4:
The Hill Valley Expo has arrived! Back in 1986, Marty and First Citizen Brown must join forces to create an epic invention so that he can prevent the young Emmett Brown from making the worst mistake of his life.

Episode 5:
In the Series Finale of Back to the Future: Part 4, lives are changed, mysteries are solved, and paradoxes are avoided as Young Emmett seals his fate, sending Marty and Doc on a climactic chase through Hill Valley's past, present, and future.
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1 persone su 1 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
2.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 23 maggio
I enjoyed this game a lot. It brought a ton of memories back, having watched the Trilogy in theatres. However, I also found this game quite frustrating. I often knew what I was supposed to do next, but I couldn't figure out the precise steps to complete the task. So I spent a lot of time using the hints and youtube videos. Maybe I suck (LoL), but you should be warned if your a bit impatient like me.

I picked this up during a sale, but the current $21.99 would be worth it to me. Five episodes for under $4.50, not to shabby.
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18.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 18 maggio
Great Scott!
This is a decent game!
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13.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 18 maggio
Deep down in Louisiana close to New Orleans,
Way back up in the woods among the evergreens
There stood a log cabin made of earth and wood,
Where lived a country boy named Johnny B. Goode
Who never ever learned to read or write so well,
But he could play a guitar just like a ringing a bell.


Go Go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Johnny B. Goode

He used to carry his guitar in a gunny sack
Or sit beneath the tree by the railroad track.
Oh, the engineers would see him sitting in the shade,
Strumming with the rhythm that the drivers made.
The people passing by, they would stop and say,
"Oh, my, but that little country boy could play!"


His mother told him, "Someday you will be a man,
And you will be the leader of a big old band.
Many people coming from miles around
To hear you play your music when the sun go down.
Maybe someday your name will be in lights
Saying 'Johnny B. Goode tonight'."

Go Go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Go, Johnny, go, go
Johnny B. Goode
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Struttura punta e clicca, con tanto di gestione d'inventario: diversamente dalle opere TellTale più moderne. L'atmosfera è buona, i puzzle sono semplici ma piacevoli

Attenzione:
il gioco non è localizzato in italiano, ma è possibile aggiungere la traduzione. Ho segnalato i vari passaggi al seguente link:
http://lucullusgames.blogspot.it/2016/04/back-to-future-game-traduzione-in.html

Il punto caratterizzante il titolo è il plot narrativo, davvero intrigante, grazie alla partecipazione del co-sceneggiatore - dei tre film - Bob Gale. Questo ha garantito fedeltà e coerenza allo spirito delle opere cinematografiche dirette da Robert Lee Zemeckis: una cosa per nulla scontata, vista la scelta di proseguire dopo gli eventi dei 3 lungometraggi, e non di ricalcarne gli eventi come in un classico tie-in.
Strutturalmente il gioco si presenta come un punta e clicca con tanto di backtracking e inventario a cui accedere (che da qui in poi non si vedrà più nei titoli della software house, almeno non più nella sua connotazione classica). Ma la struttura blanda dei puzzle, lo stesso inventario mai ricco di troppi oggetti, e le inquadrature rivelatrici (su quale azione e direzione prendere) ne fanno più un racconto interattivo.
E’ una definizione (quella di racconto interattivo) che è spesso associata ai titoli TellTale, ma qui più che su altri prodotti è maggiormente azzeccata. La storia, infatti, la subiamo senza alternative, come in Jurassic Park, diversamente dai successivi titoli come The Walking Dead. Ma è anche vero che in jurassic Park ci sono molti Quick Time Event - anche punitivi - che ci tengono costantemente sull’attenti dal punto di vista dell’interazione (sebbene non tutti siano di buona fattura), qui invece ci si limita a situazioni in cui indovinare solamente la giusta sequenza di comandi da espletare. Quindi l’interazione dinamica è blanda.

Storia: ambientato 6 mesi dopo le vicende del terzo film. Marty vive nella Hill Valley del 1986, mentre Doc ha messo su famiglia nel Far West. Il nostro McFly si sveglia però di soprassalto ricordandosi di dover tentare di salvare almeno le invenzioni più importanti dell’amico, in seguito all’impellente svendita delle proprietà dello scienziato per saldare i debiti maturati nel presente.
Giunto alla dimora (ricca di citazioni) si paventa dinanzi ai nostri occhi l’iconica Delorean, con il simpaticissimo cane Einstein a bordo.
Qualcosa però non quadra: c’è un messaggio di Emerett Brown che ci informa di aver commesso un guaio. Non ci resta che ritornare nell’epoca del proibizionismo, e precisamente nel 1931. Ovviamente andremo avanti e indietro nel tempo per risolvere i vari casini che combineremo manipolando il continuum spazio-temporale.

Gameplay: il personaggio giocabile è Marty McFly, le cui fattezze sono (sebbene caricaturali) quelle di Michael J. Fox. Emerett “Doc” Brown è interpretato dall’attore della trilogia Christopher Lloyd; ci sono anche altre figure chiave come Jennifer Parker (interpreta da Claudia Wells).
Come accennato, dobbiamo interagire con l’ambiente a mezzo d’inventario. Raccoglieremo indizi preziosi non solo per avanzare negli episodi, ma anche per continuare la trama dopo il terzo film, partendo anche da idee solo abbozzate dal regista, come il setting del Proibizionismo.
Non mancano, poi, i dialoghi con personaggi principali e minori. Non si tratta comunque di interazioni dinamiche, in grado di modificare il “come” giungere al finale, né atti a modificare il rapporto coi personaggi: non si tratta, dunque, di quelle scelte multiple che arriveranno in seguito in altre produzioni come The Wolf Among Us, ma di semplici frasi da inanellare secondo una scaletta precisa.
I Puzzle non sono complicati. Ed è presente anche un sistema di aiuti in grado di darci la soluzione completa in caso di impasse: sebbene la struttura sia quella dei punta e clicca, la sfida basata sulla logica - tipica di questo genere - manca. Gli enigmi sono comunque spesso piacevoli per la coerenza verso i paradossi tipici dalla serie gustata al cinema.

Comparto grafico: il design dei personaggi - non cartoonesco, ma a metà strada tra il realistico e il caricaturale - è riuscito molto bene; dona allegria e brio all’esperienza. Le location mancano a volte di dettagli, ma in generale sono piacevoli: peccato non siano molto varie, puntando più sulla differente conformazione temporale.

Comparto tecnico: le animazioni non sono sempre naturali. C’è dell’asincronia nel labiale. Piccole limature che non influiscono sull’esperienza di gioco, ma piccole imperfezioni che TellTale si è portata dietro per diversi anni.

Comparto audio: ottimo il doppiaggio in lingua madre, buone le musiche. Alcune voci dei protagonisti sono quelle originali degli attori delle pellicole, è il caso del timbro vocale di Christopher Lloyd, mentre purtroppo la malattia di Michael J. Fox non gli ha permesso di prestare la sua - presente però come cameo nel quinto episodio - sostituta da quella di A.J. Locascio.

Commento finale: se c’è un elemento che la software house statunitense non sbaglia mai è l’atmosfera; anche qui richiama il prodotto originale e ci sono diverse citazioni. Se cercate una sfida che punti a spremervi le meningi, qui non la troverete; ma se cercate una buona storia e una buona ambientazione, allora ne rimarrete soddisfatti.
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Terminato anche Episodio 5...pronto per dare anche il mio parere verso il videogioco del fu "Ritorno al Futuro" qui in Italia

COMPRALO PERCHE:
-Graficamente il titolo è leggerissimo anche se il motore di gioco inizia a sentire il peso degli anni soprattutto lato texture (purtroppo il Cell Shading non lo salva del tutto). Il Lato artistico è sicuramente il punto in qui il titolo eccelle di più...qualche caduta di stile è presente (come la gente della cittadina che sembra magicamente essersi ridotta ad una decina di persone) ma in generale si respira una grande atmosfera degna di Ritorno al Futuro (Un piacere rivedere le varie espressioni di DOC...con quel tocco di caricatura che male non fa)
-Lato Sonoro credo che nessuno abbia diritto di lamentarsi. Doppiaggio Inglese davvero avvolgente e del tutto similare alle controparti Movie (anche se non sempre i dialoghi son del tutto comprensibili), le OST ed i suoni ambientali sembrano esser presi a forza dai capitoli cinematografici regalando davvero momenti preziosi alla vostra memoria
-La Storia ha un inizio molto lento per i primi due episodi accellerando di colpo nel terzo e proseguendo in crescendo fino all'ultimo capitolo. Godibile e che si lascia seguire anche a livello logico sino a quel finale...
-La longevità per un completamento soddisfacente si attesta intorno alle 10/12 ore, non vi è da fare molto altro se non seguire la storia ed il fattore rigiocabilità è decisamente basso, comunque sufficiente per mettere questo comparto nei pro

LASCIALO A STEAM
-Il Gameplay si presenta come la classica avventura grafica punta e clicca con vari enigmi da risolvere (enigmi stavolta non come le ultime opere Telltale che definirle guidate è un complimento). Purtroppo però il gioco pecca proprio in questo frangente con molti puzzle completabili solo a tentativi e non seguendo un ragionamento logico, che se da un lato possono stimolare la fantasia del giocatore....dall'altro essendo la maggior parte delle volte, gli strumenti utili, talmente poco evidenziati nella scena che vien davvero difficile notarli se non si è abbastanza navigati con questa tipologia di giochi. Sicuramente i puristi apprezzeranno quest'ultima cosa. Non impossibile da completare, sia chiaro, ma è un comparto gravemente minato da tante piccole cose (l'interfaccia con quell'odioso puntatote, l'angolatura della telecamera,etc.) che non si può che bocciarlo.
-Finale che mi lascia perplesso sotto il profilo della Logica e di quello che sappiamo della saga cinematografica

In definitiva un titolo che consiglio sicuramente ad ogni fan a qualsiasi prezzo. Per tutti gli altri vi sono un sacco di avventure grafiche migliori...ma una chance a Doc e Marty dategliela con tutta tranquilli...."What The Hell is That?"
alla prossima ed un grazia a chi è arrivato a leggere sin qui!

VOTO 70/100
Un maggior cura nella parte finale ed un Gameplay più rifinito avrebbero potuto far entrare il gioco in una stretta cerchia di avventure grafiche....peccato perchè mancava davvero poco.
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Oggi ho completato Back to the Future della Telltale.
I problemi del gioco sono evidentissimi, il primissimo dei quali è senza dubbio quello delle locazioni, considerando che la grande maggioranza degli eventi in tutti e cinque gli episodi si svolge nell'iconica piazza dell'orologio. Poi abbiamo controlli scomodi (inventario in primis), muri invisibili in quantità, bug sparsi...
Alla fine, però, io mi sono divertito proprio nella maniera in cui mi divertivo 25 anni fa a guardare Ritorno al Futuro. La Telltale ha catturato lo stesso spirito, lo stesso umorismo, l'essenza della serie. Risultato mica da ridere, considerando il tempo trascorso e il rischio che tutto l'ambaradan sapesse di stantìo.
La grafica è quella del Telltale Tool, la conoscete. Meno sospettabile è la qualità dell'audio design, con un doppiaggio PERFETTO che dà in ogni battuta la sensazione di apportare una sfumatura di eccellenza.
Chiudo questo wall of text dicendo che questo tie-in è uno di quelli a cui non vale tanto la pena fare le pulci. È Ritorno al Futuro, veramente. Il migliore in forma videoludica. Interpretato credo nell'unico modo in cui potesse funzionare: da avventura grafica accessibile e scorrevole.
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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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Back to the Future: The Game is the Back to the Future Part IV we never got. The story is pretty much what you'd expect from a BTTF film: the Doc got himself trapped in the past, and it's up to Marty to rescue him. Sure, some might say that's a rehash of the third film, but it's much, much more than that, as the story quickly takes some interesting twists, and Marty must make sure he's able to return to the Hill Valley he remembers.

The game features great voicework thanks to Christopher Lloyd returning as Doc, and A.J. Locascio doing a fantastic work as Marty, due to Michael J. Fox being unable to perform. Even then, Michael J. Fox has a nice cameo in the final chapter, and it's great to have the original time travellers in the same place again.

As far as the gameplay goes, it's a somewhat simple point-and-click adventure. It's not as complex as Telltale's later games, like The Walking Dead, as this game isn't heavily focused on choice; and, to be honest, it's good that it doesn't, considering the nature of the story, you don't want to add branching storylines on top of messing up the timestream. Even then, it's good some nice puzzles, some which may have you scratching your head if you're not used to playing games in this genre. However, the game is good enough to provide hints in case you become stuck. Still, I'd place a greater emphasis on the story when recommending this game, as I consider that to be the best part of it.

About the story, while some people might have found it a bit confusing (and I don't blame them, that always happens when time travel is involved), I must say I really enjoyed it. It really feels like BTTF4, and I guess that's only natural, considering that Bob Gale (who wrote the films) contributed in the writing of this game.

Well, I don't know what more to say. If you're a big fan of BTTF (like me) then go ahead and try out this game, it's great!
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I have only just finished Episode 5 and I can tell you now, I have thoroughly enjoyed it. The makers have done a superb job at getting everything spot on, the story, the voice acting, the animation, all of it. It really did live up to it's potential, it was like seeing the fourth installment of the Back to the Future. I have nothing negative to say about it other than it gets slightly buggy at times but that doesn't effect the gameplay. I recommend you get this game if you are BTTF fan, I assure you that it was well worth the money (although one of my friends gifted it to me)
10/10 IGN
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