Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Holiday Gift Giving Guide–‘TIS THE SEASON OF TELLTALE GAMES! with Back to the Future: The Game and Jurassic Park: The Game

The holidays are around the corner and there are many gift options available, but the emerging choice is the gift of video games. However, many don’t want to give their loved ones run of the mill violent games. Thankfully Telltale Games has been developing fun, challenging and smart video game experiences for an audience that craves the best in story telling and adventure over mindless shoot ‘em up action.

Telltale Games is the leader in smart and funny, story driven video games. These titles, based on the beloved film series will immerse the player into a cinematic gaming experience filled with puzzles, challenges and outstanding writing; the hallmarks of the Telltale game development.  Telltale’s video games emphasize smarts over shooting and story over violence, engaging the player and standing apart from the generic video game experience.


Back to the Future: The Game: True to the spirit of the original film trilogy, the time traveling exploits of “Doc” Brown and Marty McFly continue in Telltale’s Back to the Future: The Game. The game features a story by original screen writer Bob Gale and the voice talents of Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Claudia Wells and the uncanny skills of A.J. LoCascio as Marty McFly deliver the charm, comedy and fun of the film series to video games.  Back to the Future: The Game is available in October for the Nintendo Wii and PS3, is rated E10+ and will retail for $19.99.


Jurassic Park: The Game: Return to Isla Nublar with Telltale Games in this immersive cinematic video game experience. With an original story that runs parallel to the events of the first film, Jurassic Park: The Game captures all of the drama, suspense and escaped dinosaur action of the films. Featuring a new cast of characters, familiar dinosaurs and new threats, Jurassic Park: The Game is set to bring action and adventure of the films to your console or PC. Jurassic Park: The Game is rated T for Teen and will be available for the Xbox 360 (at retail), PS3, iPad & PC (via digital  download)..

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