Yesterday we launched our Back to the Future: The Game Deluxe and Collector's Edition orders and today we've got some more exciting news for fans of holding physical copies of video games in their hands! We're at work on retail releases for Back to the Future: The Game on the Nintendo Wii and PlayStation 3 - targeted for a Holiday 2011 release!
Both retail releases will contain the entire 5-episode season of Back to the Future: The Game on the disc and will be available at retail outlets near you!
We'll have more information on the PlayStation 3 and Wii retail versions of Back to the Future soon - Stay tuned for more details!
Read the Wii and PlayStation Press Releases - PS3 - Wii
It's $24.99 plus shipping or you only pay shipping if you already own the full season of Back to the Future: The Game!* It contains all five episodes and includes behind the scenes videos, team commentaries, trailers, promo art, and more! Longtime fans of our games know just how cool these are!
$44.99 plus shipping or pay only $19.99 plus shipping if you already own the full season of Back to the Future: The Game!* Limited to an initial 2,500 piece manufacturing run, the Deluxe Edition features unique Deluxe Edition cover art and contains a Hill Valley Historical Society Photo Album, Doc Brown's Notebook, Trixie Trotter's Postcard, and Doc's Original Flux Capacitor Sketch! Yes, this comes with the Collector's DVD in the box!
You do NOT want to miss out on getting your hands on all of these Hill Valley historical artifacts!
Now available are a full-size (26"x40") Back to the Future: The Game movie-style poster and an Art-Portfolio featuring 9"x12" suitable-for-framing artwork from the game. Think the Tales of Monkey Island art portfolio on that one!
That Back to the Future poster is freaking huge, you'll definitely want to display that one proudly!
Oh yeah, place an over $50 order now until August 31 and get 15% off your entire order! All new merch will begin shipping in September.
* To recieve the Collector's Edition for the cost of shipping of the Deluxe Edition for $19.99 plus shipping, you must have purchased the season (PC/Mac) from the Telltale Games Store. Sorry, we can't extend this offer to iPad, PSN, or other PC/Mac purchase outlet customers.
San Diego Comic Con 2011 is now halfway over and Day 3 was yet another action packed day for Telltale Games!
SDCC 2011 Day 3 marked the first day of Back to the Future: The Game's A.J. LoCascio (Marty McFly) and Claudia Wells (Jennifer Parker) signing autographs and meeting fans at the booth! A.J. had a few spare moments in between signings to get away from the booth and walk the show floor, and not to mention, check out a DeLorean Time Machine at the Mattel booth. The DeLorean they have on display there is top notch; in the words of John Hammond they "spared no expense" in getting it as close as possible to the real deal from the Back to the Future films.
Watch the latest video to see exactly what we were up to during Day 3!
The thrilling fifth and final episode of Back to the Future: The Game will soon be available on the PlayStation Network and iPad! Of course, if you have a DeLorean time machine at your disposal (as many Telltale forum users do), then you already knew all this!
Fans that want to take their time traveling adventures on the go with them on their iPads don't have to wait too long as Back to the Future: Episode 5 - OUTATIME will be available in the iTunes App Store this Thursday, July 21 for $6.99! Don't forget that Episode 1 for the iPad is free until July 21 as well! LINK
If you're inclined to find out what happens to Marty and Doc Brown on the PlayStation 3, don't fret, Episode 5 - OUTATIME launches on the PSN (North America) on July 26! We'll keep you posted on a European PSN release date!
So now's the time to catch up on the series and get ready for the finale, coming soon!