Telltale Games is about to bring Marty Mc Fly and Doc Brown back to life thanks to a whole new adventure entitled Back to the Future: The Game. As usual with the American developer, this new title will be a episodic adventure game with a very cartoon look. Considering that Bob Gale has worked on the story, that Christopher Lloyd plays the Doc and that the young actor in charge of Marty (Michael J. Fox is unfortunately not part of the adventure) has achieved some impressive work at imitating Fox's voice, we really want to believe this sequel to the cult three movies will not disappoint. Needless to say that fans would never forgive them for just delivering an average title. This has to be good for Great Scott's sake!
@jmd749: more important than vram is the speed of the memory bus. (6 minutes ago)
@alimokrane: Silly kids and their entitlement.... (7 minutes ago)
@jmd749: I'm looking to buy a new GPU, was going to buy a GTX 970 to replace my 670. Got around £300 ($434) to spend on one or should i go for AMD? (9 minutes ago)
I don't mean this in a sarcastic way, but thanks for the article but i'm fully aware of the bottlenecks involved in PC gaming and did not mean for you to think that I think Vram is all. (10 minutes ago)
@alimokrane: I did the exact same thing. ;D Only, I sold my Xbox One THIS MORNING. Had fun doing it too. (13 minutes ago)
@MordeaniisChaos: Never said it was, I gave the e.g of Shadow of Mordor. My 2 GTX780 Ti's had enough GPU power to play the game at max settings, but I had to select medium textures cause of Vram limit (19 minutes ago)