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  • For sure, Andrei. Personally I just can't see a good Back to the Future game with cartoony graphics. I looked at some of the animated series earlier and I just don't like it. I think it has to be realistic graphics, such as their CSI games but I hope it's a lot better than that. Also, I think it's imperative that they get Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. I'm a big Back to the Future fan so I'm gonna be pretty anal about this.

  • That's awesome! Makes me want to buy Crysis just for this mod!!

  • GTA Mod will be better

    www.bttfhillvalley.co.uk

  • @Dage said: GTA Mod will be better

    www.bttfhillvalley.co.uk

    I remember that. Man it feels like they've been working on that for a decade

  • The Crysis MOD looks much better. But then, it's probably not a whole game either.

  • @plrichard said: For sure, Andrei. Personally I just can't see a good Back to the Future game with cartoony graphics. I looked at some of the animated series earlier and I just don't like it. I think it has to be realistic graphics, such as their CSI games but I hope it's a lot better than that. Also, I think it's imperative that they get Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. I'm a big Back to the Future fan so I'm gonna be pretty anal about this.

    You know, you don't -have- to be pretty anal about anything, even if you are a big fan. I'm a big fan of things, too, like Monkey Island, and Back to the Future as well. I spent hours recording music from the film through some elaborate tape recorder/VCR setup. I sometimes drop a quote without even realising it. I built my own time machine out of cardboard once, I seem to recall. I name it as my favourite film of all time on a regular basis, and stand by that.

    It's just that I know that lots of people are going to have lots of different ideas about what needs to happen to do the series justice in episodic game form. I realise that whatever my idea of a perfect BTTF game is is unlikely to magically be the same as whoever is involved in making this. I can't afford to be anal about it because if I am then I'll miss all the stuff that's potentially great about their interpretation because I'm too busy stewing on whatever it was they 'got wrong.'

    So if the graphics aren't quite in the style I imagine or they can't get the original voices to take part I'm not going to call the whole thing a write off. Hell, even if they decide to go with a different lead character, I'm on board to see what they do with it - after all, Marty's character arc is completed by the end of part 3.

    I'm not saying you can't have your opinions of what's needed; I'm just saying there are lots of big fans here and some of them might be a little more open to other ideas.


    Aaaanyway, cool video :)

  • i like to watch the time-machine parts in the crysis mod. for example the time-line capacitors on the sides of the reactor.
    that was some funny techno-joke in the second movie, when emmeth just poured some old coke into the new fusion-reactor to fuel it, still in mind the hard time they had to power it up in the first movie.

  • I don't know why, but for some reason I don't think we'll actually be able to drive the DeLorean around town in such a freestyle way. I can't get the DeSoto's minigames from Sam & Max out of my head.

  • @Little Writer said: I don't know why, but for some reason I don't think we'll actually be able to drive the DeLorean around town in such a freestyle way. I can't get the DeSoto's minigames from Sam & Max out of my head.

    Indeed, I don't see the doc hanging out of the window waving his gun around and screaming that he will drive you off the road :rolleyes:[

  • @HeyArnold said: Indeed, I don't see the doc hanging out of the window waving his "gun" around and screaming

    EWWW! Nobody wants to see Doc hanging his "gun" out the window and waving it and screaming!

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