Back to the Future: The Game - Episode 3, Citizen Brown (2011)

Video Game  -  Adventure | Sci-Fi  -  28 March 2011 (USA)
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Cast overview:
A.J. Locascio ...
Marty McFly / Leech (voice) (as A.J. LoCascio)
Andrew Chaikin ...
Biff Tannen (voice) (as Kid Beyond)
Rebecca Schweitzer ...
Edna Strickland (voice)
George McFly (voice)
Aimee Miles ...
Lorraine McFly (voice)
Jennifer Parker (voice)
Mark Barbolak ...
Officer Danny Parker Jr. (voice)


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Due to budgetary constraints regarding voice talent, the character Needles was dropped from the original storyline and replaced with Leech (also voiced by A.J. Locascio). See more »


Citizen Brown: Relax... We've got everything under control.
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References The Godfather (1972) See more »

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It's 1986, but not as we know it.
4 November 2011 | by (The Underverse) – See all my reviews

As he returns from defeating Kid Tannen in 1931, Marty discovers that Hill Valley has been transformed into a sterile, emotionless utopia/dystopia and that the brain behind this new world/town order is Doc, only he's no longer Doc, he's Citizen Brown and he ain't so friendly no more.

Marty then has to wander across town meeting people and putting together the clues as to where the timeline went askew this time. It feels much shorter than the first two games, with most of the action once again limited to the town square and the alley behind the soup kitchen (which was actually an aerobics gym in the first movie I my memory serves me correctly).

The graphics are still horrible and the controls are pathetic (on the PS3 at least), but I guess you just can't hate a game like this. Though I am now at the halfway point with this series and I have yet to encounter any real epic feel.

Graphics C Sound B Gameplay B- Lasting Appeal C-

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