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Michael J. Fox Goes Back to Back to the Future

Telltale Games Blog has details on a special appearance by Michael J. Fox in the final episode of Back to the Future: The Game, which will be released on June 23 for Windows and OS X. They offer this trailer highlighting the appearance, along with the following explanation: "We're keeping exactly who Michael J. Fox plays a surprise for folks to discover as they play Episode 5, but I will divulge a tiny hint about one of the two characters he plays: Marty has met this character shown in the new behind the scenes video (above) in the original film series."

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14. Re: Michael J. Fox Goes Back to Back to the Future Jun 6, 2011, 08:51 Ant
 
LittleMe wrote on Jun 5, 2011, 22:36:
Whoa this is heavy.
"There's that word again; 'heavy'. Why are things so heavy in the future? Is there a problem with the earth's gravitational pull?"
 
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13. Re: Michael J. Fox Goes Back to Back to the Future Jun 6, 2011, 08:35 kanniballl
 
Wolfen wrote on Jun 5, 2011, 19:35:

Well. Back is the verb, future is the subject. Future is a point of reference for the person/s making the statement "Back to the Future". So... we can say, their ultimate goal is to go back to the future. Which, in the end of the trilogy was the outcome. They all went back to the future.

Odd / confusing titles are eye-catching. They make a casual reader at least want to read the first 2 sentences to figure out what's going on.

Things like puns, or things that look like spelling mistakes but are actually playing on a person's name sounding like a word, etc.

A nice WTF moment get's someone interest quicker than a semi-interesting story.

This comment was edited on Jun 6, 2011, 09:44.
 
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12. Re: Michael J. Fox Goes Back to Back to the Future Jun 6, 2011, 03:21 peteham
 
Sepharo wrote on Jun 5, 2011, 19:18:
At work if we need to make an unexpected branch in the source control I refer to it as the Biff timeline.
LOL
 
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11. Re: Michael J. Fox Goes Back to Back to the Future Jun 5, 2011, 23:39 Cutter
 
Cue Huey Lewis and the News.
 
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10. Re: Michael J. Fox Goes Back to Back to the Future Jun 5, 2011, 22:54 Dagnamit
 
"Back to Back to Back to..."

Someone get Michael off repeat and back onto shuffle. Stat!
 
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9. Re: Michael J. Fox Goes Back to Back to the Future Jun 5, 2011, 22:36 LittleMe
 
Whoa this is heavy.  
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8. Re: Michael J. Fox Goes Back to Back to the Future Jun 5, 2011, 22:18 Jim
 
TychoCelchuuu wrote on Jun 5, 2011, 19:40:
Clearly he will be playing Grown-Up Marty.

It's only 3.5 years to 2015 and no one has invented the hoverboard yet. 3D movies are all over the place though.
 
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7. Re: Michael J. Fox Goes Back to Back to the Future Jun 5, 2011, 20:16 Techie714
 
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6. Re: Michael J. Fox Goes Back to Back to the Future Jun 5, 2011, 19:47 nin
 

Side note: Amazon has the BTTF blu ray pack of all 3 movies for $24.99. That's a steal, as it's been hovering around $40 for awhile now.

Not sure how long the sale is, so those interested might wanna hurry.
 
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5. Re: Michael J. Fox Goes Back to Back to the Future Jun 5, 2011, 19:40 TychoCelchuuu
 
Clearly he will be playing Grown-Up Marty.  
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4. Re: Michael J. Fox Goes Back to Back to the Future Jun 5, 2011, 19:35 Wolfen
 
AnointedSword wrote on Jun 5, 2011, 19:09:
If it is back...back to the future would it really mean the past rather than the future? Unless the time space continuum thingy mcbob messed with your head and makes you think you are actually in the future rather than the past...would it be back rather than forward then? Oo Mind boggling isn't it?

Well. Back is the verb, future is the subject. Future is a point of reference for the person/s making the statement "Back to the Future". So... we can say, their ultimate goal is to go back to the future. Which, in the end of the trilogy was the outcome. They all went back to the future.
 
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3. Re: Michael J. Fox Goes Back to Back to the Future Jun 5, 2011, 19:18 Sepharo
 
At work if we need to make an unexpected branch in the source control I refer to it as the Biff timeline.  
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2. Re: Michael J. Fox Goes Back to Back to the Future Jun 5, 2011, 19:15 The Half Elf
 
GREAT SCOTT! Your going to create a paradox just thinking about it!  
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1. No subject Jun 5, 2011, 19:09 AnointedSword
 
If it is back...back to the future would it really mean the past rather than the future? Unless the time space continuum thingy mcbob messed with your head and makes you think you are actually in the future rather than the past...would it be back rather than forward then? Oo Mind boggling isn't it?  
If you were right, I would be agreeing with you.
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