Telltale enlists Christopher Lloyd for its Back to the Future game

By Stephany Nunneley
1 September 2010 20:20 GMT


Roads…? Where we’re going, we don’t need… roads.

Some rather awesome news hit today, concerning Telltale’s Back to the Future game: Christopher Lloyd, who portrayed Doc Brown in the movies, will lend his voice to the game.

As if that wasn’t awesome enough for you, five episodes planned for the series will be penned by Bob Gale, who wrote the screenplays for the three films.

Telltale has yet to confirm the storyline for the game, but it will include the likenesses of Lloyd along with Michael J. Fox’s as they tool around in the DeLorean time machine.

Speaking of DeLoreans, Telltale will be on-hand at PAX Prime this weekend with one along for the ride.

Nothing says 80’s opulence like a DeLorean.

Back to the Future episodes will start releasing this winter on Mac, PC, PS3, Wii, and Xbox 360.

Via USA Today with thanks to Evil Avatar.

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