Behind the Scenes Look at the New BACK TO THE FUTURE Video Game
Published: October 24, 2010 - 8:07am
TellTale Games is developing a new Back to the Future video game and two videos have been released giving fans a preview of the game synopsis and some concept art. Christopher Lloyd has signed on to voice Doc Brown.
It seems like Back to the Future is everywhere now-a-days. Bob Gale will be working with the game developers of Telltale Games on their video game for the infamous time-travel flick. The story will take place 6 months after the third Back to the Future film, so it will be an all new adventure. The game will consist of five "episodes" and will include the likenesses of Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd as the characters Marty McFly and Doc Brown. Other characters from the series will make appearances, but it's not confirmed if any of the actors, besides Christopher Lloyd, will provide their likenesses or voices. Michael J. Fox, unfortunately, will not be voicing Marty McFly.
Telltale Games was founded in 2004, and consisted of a group of former LucasArts employees who worked on the Monkey’s Island and Sam & Max games. They have produced games based on Wallace & Gromit, Homestar Runner and Tales of Monkey Island.
The games will be released for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, PC and Mac games this winter.