Super Back to the Future II

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Super Back to the Future II
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Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Platform
Cartridge
Retail Features
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Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
July 231993
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Super Back to the Future II (スーパー・バック・トゥ・ザ・フューチャー II Sūpā Bakku tu za Fyūchā Tzu?) is a video game released for the Super Famicom based on the film Back to the Future Part II. The game was developed by Daft and published by Toshiba EMI on July 13, 1993.

Story[edit | edit source]

Screenshot from the game.

Marty has returned from his bizarre trip to 1955 all thanks to Doc's prized invention, the De Lorean time machine. He decides to do some skateboarding around the neighborhood and visits his girlfriend Jennifer. However, this is cut short as Doc arrives from his trip to the future. He tells them that their children's future is at stake and proceeds to take them both to the year 2015. Here, Marty assumes the identity of his son Marty Jr. and faces off with Biff's grandson Griff and then his gang members one-by-one. With Griff and his gang arrested time changes insuring Marty's children lives stay on track. But when Marty and Doc are not looking, old Biff takes an old sports almanac, hijacks the De Lorean, travels back to 1955 and gives the book to his teenage self. Then he returns to 2015 with Marty, Doc, and Jennifer none the wiser. When the three return to 1985, they discover that everything around them has drastically change. Hill Valley now plagued with crime and pollution, Biff Tannen is now Marty's stepfather, and the Doc has been certified insane. Now Marty must go throughout Hill Valley to figure out what has happened and try put time back to the way it was.

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