This is heavy: Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown are revving the DeLorean up for a remastered release of Telltale Games' Back to the Future series.

Doc and Marty's temporal tale of saving the space-time continuum continued after the beloved trilogy in Telltale's Back to the Future: The Game, which first launched in 2010. In order to celebrate Back to the Future's 30th anniversary, Telltale is releasing a remaster compilation of its Back to the Future series of adventure games.

This series takes place six months after Marty McFly said goodbye to Doc Brown at the end of Back to the Future Part III. As you may remember, the DeLorean Time Machine was destroyed at the end of that film, and Doc and his family took off in a flying, time-travelling locomotive. Life returned to normal for Marty, until another DeLorean appeared in Hill Valley, but this time without a driver. Now, Marty heads to 1931 to enlist the help of a teenage Emmett Brown to save the Doc's future self from certain death.

Telltale Games is actually working with Biff Tannen's original movie actor, Tom Wilson, to add his voice into the remastered version of the game. Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox provided their likenesses and voices for the series, though Marty's voice is predominantly played by A.J. Locascio, who does one amazing McFly impersonation.

Turn your time circuits on, because Back to the Future: The Game - 30th Anniversary Edition will launch in its entirety on Oct. 13. It'll be available both digitally and physically for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Xbox 360.

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