Masta23 wrote: »
1.Which Delorean did Doc arrive in? If it was a past one, this would cause a paradox surely.
2. Why did Doc get the key to the city? and why couldn't Emmett read the newspaper clipping until that event occured?
3. When did the new Doc arrive from? Considering he has no knowledge why Marty is in 1931, it must have been before episode 1, between the time that Doc got arrested and when he as researching Sylvia?
4. Why did Doc erase? Is it because he was the "first citizen" one and he never existed because he doesn't marry Edna anymore, and the alternate timeline is no more?
5. Why do you think there are 3 future Marty's tracking down Doc? What a cliffhanger.
The Commissioner wrote: »
I was paying close attention to all of the details and was thinking 4th dimensionally, so I don't see any plot holes.
At the start of the game before Episode 1 starts, Doc used it to travel back to 1931, was framed into being arrested for the speakeasy arson as Carl Sagan and is killed. Meanwhile, the Delorean is still in 1931. Einstein hops into it with Edna's shoe and it automatically activates the emergency protocol that takes it to Marty and episode 1 begins.
Doc explains that it's a temporal duplicate created during the lightning strike in Back to the Future 2 and that he found while doing his time travelling adventures that you don't see on screen.
You use this Delorean all throughout the game episodes but when Doc is erased at the end of episode 2, that Delorean becomes an anachronism and its days are numbered - the timestream starts to erase it because Doc never invented it. But this is really slow because that car has travelled all over time and it will take a while before the temporal degradation catches up to it.
But that allows you to go through episodes 3 and 4 while alternate Doc (Citizen Brown) fixes it up with Doc's notebook (which gets erased afterwards by the timestream catching up).
Then when you restore Doc's timeline, a new 1986 is created with a new Doc, that is virtually the same as the original Doc and has had the same experiences of Back to the Future 1, 2 and 3 but slightly different except that he lives there part time with Clara and the kids and has had his relationship with his father repaired.
This Doc possibly hasn't done the trip back to 1931 and got arrested and killed as Carl Sagan. He instead gets the key to the city on the same day that Marty leaves May 1986 because that's where the newspaper came from - alternate May 1986 and changes when the timeline changes. He goes back to save Marty in his Delorean, which is now an alternate timeline version of the same temporal duplicate from the start of the game...
Which is why the old one disappears - the old one is erased because it is from a timeline that ceases to exist. The "new" one is the same one from a timeline that takes its place - one where Doc hasn't gone back to 1931 and got killed.
And at the end of episode 5 now that the Sylvia mystery is cleared up (and he was there to see it and learn about it) he gives Marty the finished book.
Lauren1991 wrote: »
Kaldire you have to restart your game and make sure you don't enter the glass house before you talk to the Diver about where Emmet and Cit. Brown is. Actually, do the glass house thing before you even phone Edna. It kind of sucks, but restarting the game when you know exactly what to do won't take very long.
Overall I liked the episode, but
Where the heck was the travelling to the future part?! It said in the description that this was a grand adventure to Hill Valley's past, present and future! I was really hoping we'd get to travel to 2011 or something.
Oh well. Still had a lot of fun playing through these episodes.
Michael J Fox is Canadian wrote: »
1. I'm assuming it has to be a past one; it cant be a future one especially since in one timeline, edna lets it rot for 60 years. It wouldnt cause a paradox if doc eventually puts it back or replaces it with ednas delorean (we dont know where the one she uses to get back to 1931 goes back to)
Mino_Dan wrote: »
That would still erase EVERYTHING that we experienced during Episode 1 to 4.
zelda42293 wrote: »
Who enjoyed the Flux Puzzle at the end. I mean the lining up with the signal of Doc's DeLorean. It was quite unique.
Kale wrote: »
The game had it bugs and weird things happening but it didn't mess up my enjoyment. I can live with them.. for example 1931A with the old Edna holding those Algae Cakes in her hand for the whole time after I gave them to her, the box of cakes was glitching and going through objects.
Kale wrote: »
Did you notice the little attitude at 1931 near end when William appears and says to Marty not to mess with the McFly family. It's like Michael J Fox saying that to A.J in real life with a little wink. I guess it's meant to look like that
vadvaro wrote: »
I have a question, maybe I missed the answer in the game...the question isn't a spoiler but the answer might be.
Why did the DeLorean go off kilter in the first place at the beginning in 1985 (when it and Doc disappeared and Doc says "Marty, I'm sorry."). Do they ever explain why the time circuits were acting up?
jaispeed2011 wrote: »
Not sure about the beginning but around episode 3 if you check the notebook after you discover that doc is fcb, marty mentions that the only page left is the flux capacitor page... fcb comments on this as well, so when fcb eventually fixes the delorean, it's time circuits are jacked up mainly because he didn't use titanium, he mentions this in 1931 by stating that titanium won't be invented/discovered for 10 years or so (quoting off the top of my head) so I would assume that this is why edna's delorean was f'n up because of that delorean was ceasing to exist because it was the one that was duplicated from the one that original doc created.. hope i made sense here LOL
Kaldire wrote: »
so how many got that bug that wont let you continue in the house of glass? did i really pay for this game? this is the first episode im sad to say i bought.
hope it really gets fixed i will not even be continuing the game unless it is.. and if not, well i wont know what happens i suppose. Or i can read .. but great job on paying for broken item.. I feel idk, like i just got a prostate check and im cold on a table in that gown and i cant get out of the glassss rooooom lol
daltysmilth wrote: »
Yeah, another season of BTTF? I'd buy that for a dollar. Or thirty. I loved the ending, and I hope they can get both Christopher Lloyd and MJF back. Don't get me wrong, A.J. should still be the main Marty, just have Michael play older versions of Marty and other McFly relatives. And if they could include Clara and possibly the boys, and maybe at least show Marty's siblings, and try to convince Tom Wilson to become involved.
Anyway, a lot of the stuff turned out pretty much like I thought it would. I suspected ever since episode 2 that Trixie really was Marty's grandmother, and I figured Edna would get a happy ending. Her marrying Kid was an unexpected wrinkle, but a hilarious one.
Jenna wrote: »
i still want to know why 3 other martys are there, why they are in tron suits, and if it says to be continued does that mean episode 6?
zelda42293 wrote: »
But wouldn't it be cool if Telltale made 2 more seasons, to create sort of a Second BTTF Trilogy
el_duderino1251 wrote: »
By far when Citizen Brown died, that was a really well done scene.