Marty Mcfly III wrote: »
I think our Doc returned after he look at the newspaper Marty gave him eg. after he got the key to the city.
ShadowX81 wrote: »
Man that ending was horrible. It seemed like something out of some bad BTTF parody skit. 3 Martys? What the hell were they thinking? It doesn't even make sense given the rules theseries has set up.
And Doc're reaction to this horrible/potentially universe destroying paradox? Walk away and come back later? Doc in the original trilogy realized how much they are constantly screwing things up by time traveling and wanted to stop it. Now he is jumping all over the place and letting his sons live in different time periods. And his solution to the 3 Martys problem? "Lets ignore it while we do some more time travel!".
ShadowX81 wrote: »
Plus the whole Police State idea was way to cartoony and out there. I have a hard time believing the state and federal government would not sick the militia and national guard on FCB's ass the second he started setting up his own little dictatorship.
Laserschwert wrote: »
I liked the series, even though it wasn't as strong puzzle wise. The writing, voice acting and the plot itself were fantastic though. And I'm both a gamer AND a huge BTTF-fan.
timetraveller98 wrote: »
I want the old doc back, I mean the new doc is ok, but BTTF Isn't the same with the new doc.
Michael J Fox is Canadian wrote: »
For ever episode I always play through it once and then watch a walthrough on youtube. I just finished watching the playthrough for episode 5.
Now ever since the game synopsis' were announced, I thought outatime had the best synopsis; cinematic chase, THE FUTURE. The fact that it is the ending is appealing to some but no so much for me (part III is IMO the weakest of the trilogy). Here were my final thoughts on it;
-far too much time in 1931. 3 or the first 4 episodes were primarily in that time and probably about 60-80% of episode 5 as well (depending on whether or not you want to count the alternate 1931).
-continuing on the last point, i thought the expo could have been cut down. FCB and edna are both well established as the villains at this point, we didn't need the elaborate and boring glass house.
-MJF as willie was an AWESOME cameo in both timelines. He does have shades of seamus with more eccentric undertones. Great character with great voicing, pieced together the 6 generations of the mcfly timeline (seamus would be marty jrs great x 3 grandfather)
-the alternate hill valley bit could have been cut down as well. Some people don't believe it's plausible that a town burned down in 1876 would be vacant 55 years later. I'm not sure if it would or not, i dont think edna is crazy enough to scare everyone off, in those times she'd likely get offed. But anyhow i think this sequence was overkill. We already know she went crazy by that age in the normal timeline (for those unable to do the math, 1931 and 1986 would have the same time interval as 1876 and 1931 so she is the same age as she is in the present). The puzzle to get the cactus to look like marshall was slightly overdone. And hadnt it been mentioned that just like the normal timeline she collected every newspaper she could in this one as well? Could they not have broken into her house and gone through and figured out which one was the earliest one?
-1876 i have mixed feelings on. I guess it's better than still being in 1931. We get another Tannen and one with a little more depth, this one seems to be somewhat reasonable, he believes what he is doing is right as it helps people earn an honest wage. Given all we see in that time (the inside of the salloon and the road), it could just as easily have been any time and wouldnt have made much difference but given the fact that it's a new time with a new character, i'll cut it some slack
-the double delorean sequence was awesome; got the hoverboard and a puzzle involving the deloreans. Very well done (I believe this is the last part of the gameplay, the remaining 1931 and 1936 scenes were all cutscenes)
-we got cheated out of seeing the future as the synopsis indicates, plain and simple. The future technology and future marty's are not suffice
-WRT the ending; i'd really have to wait and see what happens to decide whether I liked or dislike it. When the first marty showed up and told doc he has to come back to the future with him I thought "okay this is an awesome parallel" but then he said his great x 2 grandchildren were in trouble and I thought it was getting slightly far fetched mind you that would probably be around the 2080's which is the same time interval as part III. The last 2 marty's showing up almost make it as though this ending is a spoof of the films and previous episodes (though I'll give Bob Gale the benefit of the doubt).
-to me that 'to be continued' is a make or break visual. It's either going to be foreshadowing the next season or another lie on telltales part (and nothing against TT, they gave us a game we didnt have to have and did a lot of good things).
So i'm still debating whether i like or dislike this finale.
Mercedez wrote: »
Twelve kids? haha Poor Jen xDD
oberlerchner123 wrote: »
I really liked this episode story-wise. Compared to the other episodes it was less predictable.
Especially the ending. I was laughing my ass off at that.
Edna being together with Tannen. And then all those Marty's showing up.
Haha yeah, Marty that horny little devil.