The third part of the Back to the Future: The Game mini-documentary produced by Telltale Games has been released, and this installment gives a look at the concept art for a younger version of Doc Brown that players will presumably meet during the course of the adventure (among other interesting things). Moreover, pre-orders for the five episodes that make up the complete game have begun ($24.95, plus it comes with a free copy of Puzzle Agent and $1 from each pre-order will be donated to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research) with releases planned for the PC and Mac in December with the Sony PlayStation 3 and Apple iPad coming soon after. I know that's a lot of information to take in all at once without seeing it rapidly dashed out on a chalkboard in the middle of the night, so let's move on to that third installment of the documentary.
Now I know you've noticed there's been a lot of Back to the Future talk here on PTB since this game was announced, and if you were around last year when Ghostbusters: The Video Game was in the works and remember the glut of discussion about that game then you're probably assuming that there's a lot more BTTF coverage to come. You're right. Back to the Future is one of my two favorite film franchises of all time, so you'd better believe that there's a long way to go before I stop talking about it. Make yourself comfortable, fasten your seatbelt, and prepare yourself for temporal displacement!