Telltale's Back To The Future set for re-release
Telltale Games is set to re-release its 2010 Back To The Future: The Game series on PS4, Xbox One and Xbox 360. The series will be releasing both digitally and physically on October 13 in the U.S and October 16 in Europe.
Telltale will be releasing the series titled as a "30th Anniversary Edition", marking the diamond anniversary of the original movie - and of course the year Marty McFly travels to in the Delorean. This new version of the game will have updated textures, as well as new voiceover work from Tom Wilson, the real-life actor of Biff Tannen. It already features the voice of Christopher Lloyd. There will also be behind-the-scenes videos.
Telltale's Back To The Future: The Game takes place after the original trilogy and sees Marty travel to a variety of timelines throughout the 5 episode arc. He goes into a Prohibition Era Hill Valley, Wild West Hill Valley and a Dystopian Hill Valley, among others.
The series has a fairly mediocre score on Metacritic, currently sitting at 66/100. However, I personally enjoyed the series a lot. It doesn't feature the moral choices and big consequence choices that Telltale has become known for, but it's still a very fun seris that fans of the movies will likely enjoy.
We're only about two weeks away from release. If you're on the fence about getting it, find out where it sits in our ranking of Telltale's best series. For all things Telltale and gaming, stay tuned to GameSkinny!