We're incredibly proud to be nominated among some other incredible 2011 releases and it's a testament to the hard work of the Back to the Future: The Game team!
Spike has also opened up the ability for you to pick which games you think should win the award - if you think it's Back to the Future: The Game, make your voice heard and share your pick on Facebook and Twitter!
You can watch and see who wins the Best Adapted Video Game award and all the rest on Spike on December 10, when the 2011 VGAs air! Check your local listings for broadcast times!
When we launched the newly revamped Jurassic Park: The Gameofficial site we promised you'd be able to explore Isla Nublar soon enough and sure enough, today is the day - welcome to Jurassic Park!
Much like John Hammond's original plans for his wildlife preserve, where only a portion of the attractions were to be accessible on opening day with a more robust lineup of rides and exhibits to follow, we've expanded the original site and opened the gates to Jurassic Park for all to get a look at the wildlife that calls Isla Nublar home!
We've also uncovered some files that Dennis Nedry had hidden away deep in the InGen databases but haven't been able to crack the password needed to access what's behind those firewalls. It keeps asking us for the magic word. Please do try your luck at getting past Nedry's pesky security as what's behind his password protection is likely valuable pieces of information about the park that was not meant to be seen by the Jurassic Park visitors.
So what do you think of the expanded look at Jurassic Park?
In the words of Jurassic Park's indomitable chief engineer John Arnold, "hold on to your butts" as we introduce you to our brand new Jurassic Park: The Game site! This site, along with the Telltale Games blog, is your best resource for information about the upcoming return to Isla Nublar - launching on November 15.
What you see today is "stage one" of the site, much like John Hammond planned the development of Jurassic Park to be rolled out, first with the wildlife preserve followed by the amusement park. Soon, you'll be able to return to the site and enter "stage two" where we'll have more information about various sites around Isla Nublar and the types of animals InGen has brought back to life.
So now, make your way over to the new Jurassic Park: The Game site and get the latest scoop on the park that paleontologist Alan Grant has decided not to endorse.
Great news (and great scott)! We got our hands on the last bit of plutonium we needed to make it happen and are thrilled to report that both the Collector's DVD and Deluxe Edition of Back to the Future: The Gamehave started shipping out and should be arriving in your mailboxes soon (if they haven't already made it into some folks' hands)!
If you haven't snagged a Collector's DVD yet but already own Back to the Future: The Game through the Telltale Games Store, it's free (you just cover the shipping and handling cost)!
If you already own the full season of Back to the Future via our store, you're eligible to secure the Deluxe Edition (limited to a 2,500 piece initial run) for only $19.99! Curious to see what exactly comes packed in the box of Doc Brown's personal effects? Watch the Deluxe Edition unboxing video above, featuring our very own Shaun Finney and Richard Iggo!
So start waiting by your mailbox or, if you have your own DeLorean Time Machine, just travel to the future and grab your copy!