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Episodio Final, "OUTATIME", ya disponible. ¡Incluye una aparición estelar de Michael J. Fox!
Fecha de lanzamiento: 23 Dic 2010
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Marty McFly y Doc Brown regresan en una aventura de Regreso al Futuro totalmente nueva.
Seis meses después de los eventos de la tercera película, la Máquina del Tiempo DeLorean regresa a Hill Valley de forma misteriosa - ¡sin conductor! Marty debe viajar al pasado y lograr que un reticente Emmett Brown le preste su ayuda, ¡o el continuo espacio tiempo quedará alterado para siempre!
Aventura de 5 Episodios
  • Episodio 1: It's About Time - ¡Ya Disponible!
  • Episodio 2: Get Tannen! - Febrero de 2011
  • Episodio 3: Citizen Brown - Marzo de 2011
  • Episodio 4: Double Visions - Abril de 2011
  • Episodio 5: OUTATIME - ¡Final!

Características Principales:

  • Juega como Marty en una aventura cinemática fiel a las películas
  • En colaboración con el cocreador y coguionista de la trilogía Bob Gale
  • Nueva historia de Regreso al Futuro en 5 episodios mensuales
  • Las “primeras familias” de Regreso al Futuro: Los McFly, los Brown y, por supuesto, los Tannen – todos jugarán un papel determinante.

Requisitos del sistema (PC)

    • SO: XP Service Pack 3 / Vista / Windows 7
    • Procesador: Pentium 4 a 1.8 GHz o equivalente
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Tarjeta ATI o nVidia con 256 MB de RAM
    • DirectX®: Direct X 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 2 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Compatible con Direct X 8.1
    • SO: XP Service Pack 3 / Vista / Windows 7
    • Procesador: Pentium 4 a 2.7 GHz o equivalente
    • Memoria: 3 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Tarjeta ATI o nVidia con 512 MB de RAM
    • DirectX®: Direct X 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 3 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Compatible con Direct X 8.1

Requisitos del sistema (MAC)

    • SO: Snow Leopard (10.5.8)
    • Procesador: Pentium a 2.0 GHz o equivalente
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Tarjeta ATI o nVidia con 256 MB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 2 GB de espacio libre
    • No recomendado para MAC Minis o MacBooks de las primeras generaciones
    • SO: Snow Leopard (10.5.8)
    • Procesador: Pentium a 2.3 GHz o equivalente
    • Memoria: 4 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Tarjeta ATI o nVidia con 512 MB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 2 GB de espacio libre
    • No recomendado para MAC Minis o MacBooks de las primeras generaciones
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No se si será subjetiva mi review pero este es un MUST TO HAVE GAME como fan de BTTF.

Primera vez en años que veo que un juego basado en una película y que mas encima es la continuación de ellas es tan bueno que incluso podría ser perfectamente una película.

El juego parte de una manera misteriosa en la cual todo cambia nuevamente y las paradojas temporales te regresan a los años 30 pasando por el futuro y el Oeste. Guiños a la saga original por montones, sólida historia y horas de entretención (son 5 capítulos).

Un juegazo muy poco valorado, el único problema es que si no eres un fan al 100% de BTTF no entenderás guiños ni bromas relacionados con las películas.


Publicado: 13 mayo 2014
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Aun siendo una aventura grafica muy asequible, es muchisimo mejor aventura grafica que The walking dead.

Juegazo, y si eres fan de la saga, imprescindible.
Publicado: 20 mayo 2014
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This is a point and click game based on the Back to the Future movie franchise. It has everything going for it, the music straight from the movie, the nostalgia, the amazing voice cast and the immersion that lets you explore a lot from the movie. This is some good interactive fiction and a point and click was the way to go to tell a story. The only real problem here is the genre just isn't all that fun.

The story has you going back in time as Marty McFly from the movies to find Doc Brown and really puts a focus on Doc's youth instead of the movies that put the focus on Marty's family and him saving it. Most of the characters are here from the movie, Marty, his dad George McFly, Doc Brown, Einstein the dog and of course Biff Tannen. It introduces more characters, but they're not the stars. Biff's voice actor could have sounded more like Biff, but Marty's voice actor is fantastic and Doc is played by Christopher Lloyd as always.

Since this is a modern point and click game that lets you walk around an area instead of being confined to one screen like the older version of the genre. You'll be able to collect items and use them. That's one of the problems, the tedium of using the items. Going into the item menu, selecting the item, using the item and if you fail then you need to do it all over again. Over and over. , You'll be figuring out what dialog choice you need to make, which character to distract so you can do something with them gone. At least with this and other modern point and click games they accentuate what to click on.

I can't say the game is fun and to be honest it feels like a chore to sit through the story. There aren't any crazy moments like in the movie so much as dialog and wandering around. I can't imagine non gamers that are fans of the movie franchise sitting down to enjoy this game and play it all the way through. I can't imagine gamers saying wow that was fun, unless this was the 90s when point and click games were more accepted, before technology left them behind.

For the most part, the game is a series of cut scenes to say even the simplest of things. Potentially over and over again. There is some interactivity when you chat with someone, but it feels more like how much flavor dialog do you want to hear? There is always a logical choice with dialog and there are no wrong choices, so much as do you want to listen to all 3 - 5 responses or pick the most logical one to get it over with and progress? There are no real consequences like in Walking Dead where it can change characters and or events. You'll always get through the game. There is no death, there is no failure, there is just pressing on until you figure out what to do next.

I've always been a big fan of the Back to the Future movie franchise, and I really enjoyed my first play through of Walking Dead, which is also from Telltale Games, but this game is a chore. The story and the nostalgia just aren't enough to make me want to see what happens next.
Publicado: 6 agosto 2014
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Back to the Future: The Game is a point and click adventure game which takes place roughly 6 months following the events of the third movie. In it, you play as Marty McFly, dealing with a variety of puzzles as he attempts to set right the past - largely dealing with the 1930s Prohibition-era Hill Valley.

This is a good game, but it feels like it could have been so much more. It was released prior to Telltale's The Walking Dead success, so it largely relies on their older formula of having a large inventory where you collect items, then use those items to solve puzzles, along with having a large number of items which can be interacted with, many of which are extraneous. There's nothing *wrong* with this, but given they were trying to provide a story more on-level with feature films, it ends up feeling like the gameplay is getting in the way of what they were trying to accomplish as opposed to complementing it.

Voice acting is excellent, the story was actually better than I expected (except for one or two areas which don't really "mesh" with how time travel is supposed to work in this universe). So basically, if you don't mind the way older point and click adventure games tend to play, and if you're not TOO invested in the storyline/mechanics of the BttF universe, it's probably worth a look.
Publicado: 13 marzo 2014
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If you're a big fan of the original Back to the Future trilogy, you need this game. No, seriously, you NEED this game. Period. The storyline is incredibly good and feels authentic to the original movies, pushing the characters in interesting directions that I hadn't expected. It takes place after the movies, and as Marty McFly you'll end up traveling back to prohibition era Hill Valley after discovering that a prolonged absence by Doc Brown is due to his having been murdered back in the 30's. As expected, traveling back in time to save him leads to unexpected alterations in the timeline and a frantic hustle to fix one mess, only to create another. Overall it's very cleverly written and worthy of the franchise.

Aesthetically, the game takes a more stylized cartoonish approach to the characters rather than attempting realism - something that I personally rather enjoyed. And the voice acting - hoo man the voice acting is amazing! Christopher Lloyd reprises his role as Emmet Brown, and though Michael J Fox does not reprise his, the person who fills in as Marty does such an amazingly good impression that I literally could not tell the difference. Seriously, I was genuinely shocked to learn it hadn't been Fox voicing him. Best yet, Fox returns for a couple of cameo roles in the final episode.

From a gameplay standpoint, it's a point-and-click adventure with pretty simple puzzles. Overall its approach is straight forward and only a small handful of times did I find myself getting hung up on a puzzle - however, the puzzles aren't really the point so much as that you're involved in an interactive movie, and this is made very clear by the fact the game has a hints feature that will outright TELL you the answers if you're well and truly stuck, allowing you to breeze through the story at a pace that's already hardly broken by frustration. At least, not in terms of the puzzles themselves. This isn't to say this game isn't without issue - things like movement is a bit buggy and aggravated me quite a bit, especially when switching between sceneries. The inventory is also kind of annoying the way it makes you have to scroll through it instead of having all items available at once. As inconvenient as this can sometimes be, it's hardly enough to detract from what makes this game shine.

Seriously, if you're a fan of the movies, put this in your collection. You'll thank yourself.
Publicado: 21 julio 2014
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