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BOOK REVIEW – A Matter of Time: The Unauthorized Back to the Future Lexicon by Rich Handley

By Marty Mulrooney

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A Matter of Time: The Unauthorized Back To The Future Lexicon by Rich Handley is a staggering encyclopaedia featuring over 3,000 alphabetical entries listing every possible detail, no matter how small, that can be gleaned from the sprawling Back to the Future universe. Covering the films, screenplays, cartoons, novels, video games, card game, amusement-park ride, music videos and more, the book also features over 25 full-page interior sketches from artist Pat Carbajal, produced exclusively for this volume.

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INTERVIEW – In Conversation With Melissa Hutchison (Clementine, The Walking Dead: The Game)

By Marty Mulrooney

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Alternative Magazine Online has extensively covered The Walking Dead by Telltale Games since its episodic launch in April 2012 – our review of Episode 1 explained how “the bond between Lee and Clementine is so accomplished that it already brings to mind another iconic gaming duo, Ico and Yorda.” Following on from our recent interviews with The Walking Dead voice actors Dave Fennoy (Lee Everett), Adam Harrington (Andrew St. John) and Nicki Rapp (Lilly Caul), AMO is proud to present yet another exclusive online interview – this time with the lovely Melissa Hutchison, the voice of Clementine!

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INTERVIEW – In Conversation With Jared Emerson-Johnson (Video Game Music Composer/Voice Actor)

By Marty Mulrooney

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Jared Emerson-Johnson is an award-winning music composer, sound designer, voice director, and voice actor.  Perhaps best known for his compositional work for Telltale Games – he composed the soundtracks for all three seasons of their Sam & Max adventure games – he most recently composed the scores for Back to the Future: The Game, Puzzle Agent 2, and Jurassic Park: The Game. Jared has kindly agreed to join Alternative Magazine Online for an exclusive online interview, where we discuss his work with LucasArts and Telltale Games, as well as his voice acting roles and other creative endeavours!

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Mini Interview – Back To The Future: The Game – Episode 5: OUTATIME (What Does AJ LoCascio Think?)

By Marty Mulrooney

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It’s finally time! Following on from our recent review of Back To The Future: The Game – Episode 5: OUTATIME, AMO is proud to present our fifth and final exclusive monthly mini interview with Marty McFly voice actor AJ LoCascio!

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GAME REVIEW – Back To The Future: The Game – Episode 5: OUTATIME

By Marty Mulrooney

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Back To The Future: The Game – Episode 5: OUTATIME is the final chapter in Telltale’s episodic continuation of the original film trilogy. So far, it has been a series of impressive highs (“Episode 3: Citizen Brown is not only the best episode of Back To The Future: The Game yet, but also one of Telltale’s finest episodes full stop”) and disappointing lows (“Double Visions is more of a stumble backwards than a leap forwards”). Now, only one question remains: can Episode 5: OUTATIME end everything on a high?

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Mini Interview – Back To The Future: The Game – Episode 4: Double Visions (What Does AJ LoCascio Think?)

By Marty Mulrooney

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He’s back! Following on from our recent review of Back To The Future: The Game – Episode 4: Double Visions, AMO is proud to present our fourth exclusive monthly mini interview with Marty McFly voice actor AJ LoCascio!

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GAME REVIEW – Back To The Future: The Game – Episode 4: Double Visions

By Marty Mulrooney

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The penultimate episode of Back To The Future: The Game has arrived! Episode 4: Double Visions begins with Marty McFly still trapped in an alternate 1986 Hill Valley where time travel was never invented. What’s worse, Edna Strickland has gone completely insane, determined to wipe Citizen Brown’s mind! Can Marty break out of prison, save the Doc, travel back to 1931 Hill Valley and fix the timeline before it’s too late?

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