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Back to the Future: The Game - Episode 4, Double Visions (2011)

After escaping from Citizen Plus, Marty and Citizen Brown return to 1931 to prevent Emmett from making the worst mistake of his life.

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Marty McFly (voice)
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Rebecca Schweitzer ...
Edna Strickland (voice)
Shannon Nicholson ...
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George McFly / Arthur McFly (voice) (as Michael Sommers)
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Aimee Miles ...
Lorraine McFly (voice)
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Trixie Trotter (voice)
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After escaping from Citizen Plus, Marty and Citizen Brown return to 1931 to prevent Emmett from making the worst mistake of his life.

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The difference between the two time periods visited; 1931 & 1986; is 55 years. This is another nod to the movie trilogy, which was partially set in 1955. See more »

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When Marty first talks to young Emmett in 1931 in front of the barbershop, the car parked in front of the barbershop and the car parked in front of the courthouse have the same license plate number. See more »

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References The Sheik (1921) See more »

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Back To The Future
from the original soundtrack "Back to the Future (1985)"
Performed by Alan Silvestri
(p) 1985 Universal Studios
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1931...again!
10 November 2011 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

Marty begins the game locked up in the Hill Valley courthouse, waiting to be re-educated in Edna Strickland's dystopian 1986. After escaping with the alternate Doc they head back to 1931 for what feels like the hundredth time. Fortunately, in this game the action is not centered around the town square and the alley behind the soup kitchen but mostly young Emmett's lab and the Hill Valley High School.

Story-wise, it's nothing too brilliant. It feels more like a stop-gap entry in the series than a complete story on it's own. There haven't been many epic moments in the series so far, but young Emmett swinging by his feet from the clock-tower was a nice touch.

The graphics are still bad and the controls are horrible, but the game is so charming that you won't care.


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