It's undeniable that Robert Zemeckis' Back to the Future was one of the greatest movies that was ever created. Between the special effects, the insane and entertaining story plot, and the witty humor, it's just generally a movie that everyone loves. It was an amazing film, especially considering the certain time-period it was created in, the 1980s, or, more specifically, June 1985. Since this year is the movie's 30th anniversary, we received some extremely exciting news from a popular game developer regarding Back to the Future: The Game. Telltale Games, probably best-known for developing and publishing beloved video game titles such as The Wolf Among Us and The Walking Dead, has recently announced that they are re-releasing one of their lesser-known video games, Back to the Future.

This re-release will feature a lot of new and exciting components, such as updated textures and audio. In addition, the game will even feature voice work from Tom Wilson, better known as the actor that played Biff Tannen. According to IGN, the title will include new content, such as "behind the scenes video containing interviews with Tom Wilson, co-writer Bob Gale, and AJ LoCascio, the voice of young Marty McFly." I have never had the chance to play Telltale's version of Back to the Future, however, I have seen a few minutes of gameplay. It's more adventure filled and action-packed, instead of a basic point-and-click adventure game. Let's just say that it's very different from other games that have been brought to us by the development studio.

Back to the Future: The Game, will be available digitally worldwide on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 and will be coming to the market in North America on October 13th. A version of the game will be available in Europe on October 16th. Currently, we are unaware of how much the game will cost, however, it's more than likely that the game price will be surfacing soon.