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The original Back to the Future movie turns 30 this year. And while that makes some of us feel old, it also gives Telltale an opportunity to release a 30th Anniversary Edition of Back to the Future: The Game. I know what you're thinking: cash-grab, right? Well, maybe not.

It's fair to say there might not be a whole lot of reasons to revisit if you've already conquered it, but there's some cool stuff for diehard fans and those who never got around to playing the game (myself included). Telltale has updated the textures but, more excitingly, has also updated Biff Tannen's voice work to include the original movie actor, Tom Wilson.

For the Back to the Future lovers, there's also some exclusive behind-the-scenes interviews with Wilson, AJ LoCascio (the voice actor for young Marty McFly) and trilogy co-writer/porducer Bob Gale. Check out the trailer for a sneak peek at all of the temporal goodness below.

Back to the Future: The Game 30th Anniversary Edition (say that 10 times fast) hits shelves on the 16th of October on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Xbox 360.




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