Back to the Future: The Game for the PC

Ah, VHS video. The first few minutes of the Back to the Future game will be particularly familiar to fans of the movies.

The game is available for $24.99. Episode 1 was released in late December 2010, with the next four episodes being released over the next few months. Produced by Telltale Games.

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Back to the Future: The Game for the PC

A dialogue tree will often pop up. Choose correctly or DIE!! Just kidding. There is no "death" in this game.

The game is available for $24.99. Episode 1 was released in late December 2010, with the next four episodes being released over the next few months. Produced by Telltale Games.

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Back to the Future: The Game for the PC

When not in cut-scenes, you (sometimes awkwardly) control Marty's movements.

The game is available for $24.99. Episode 1 was released in late December 2010, with the next four episodes being released over the next few months. Produced by Telltale Games.

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Back to the Future: The Game for the PC

While the facial animations aren't anything to write home about, they do a good job of conveying the emotion of a given scene.

The game is available for $24.99. Episode 1 was released in late December 2010, with the next four episodes being released over the next few months. Produced by Telltale Games.

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Back to the Future: The Game for the PC

Damn! Where is that kid?! Right in front of you!

The game is available for $24.99. Episode 1 was released in late December 2010, with the next four episodes being released over the next few months. Produced by Telltale Games.

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Back to the Future: The Game for the PC

Shouldn't there be a dial that goes to 11 here? I feel there should be.

The game is available for $24.99. Episode 1 was released in late December 2010, with the next four episodes being released over the next few months. Produced by Telltale Games.

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Back to the Future: The Game for the PC

Maybe George only dreamed Darth Vader threatened to melt his brain if he didn't ask Lorraine to the "Fish Under the Sea" dance. Sorry, that's "Enchantment Under the Sea."

The game is available for $24.99. Episode 1 was released in late December 2010, with the next four episodes being released over the next few months. Produced by Telltale Games.

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