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Back to the Future runs OUTATIME with series finale launched today

Seems like just yesterday we were first getting re-acquainted with Marty McFly, Doc Brown, and the time-travelling DeLorean. But with today's release of OUTATIME for PC and Mac, Telltale's five-part Back to the Future series is out of time itself.

The season finale picks right after the dramatic conclusion of the last episode, with Marty and an alternate 1986 version of Doc still back in 1931. Despite all attempts to restore it, the proper timeline is now in the most serious jeopardy yet, not due to outside influences, but from personal conflict instead.

In a very welcome blast from the past, the one and only Michael J. Fox is participating in the final episode, contributing his vocal support to a couple different roles. Though Telltale isn't revealing which parts he'll play, in a recent blog post, the company teased of one of the roles that "Marty has met this character shown in the new behind the scenes video (above) in the original film series."

OUTATIME is now available for download on PC and Mac directly from Telltale and participating download portals as part of the full-season purchase. The final episode will be also coming soon to the PlayStation Network and iPad.

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