The way I see it, if you're going to make a Back to the Future game, you might as well do it with some style. It's About Time gets everything absolutely perfect. I loved walking through Doc's lab and seeing all the tiny details - from the dog feeder to the not-quite-to-scale model of Hill Valley from the original movie.
The deeper you venture into the game, the more nostalgic you'll get. Eagle-eyed fans will spot numerous touches, including little things like a shark movie playing in the local movie house. Several camera angles are ripped straight from the movie, as are most of the music cues and sound effects. Voice-work is particularly effective. Christopher Lloyd reprises his role as Doc Brown and AJ LoCascio does a brilliant job at taking over Marty's role.
Visually, It's About Time is on par with Telltale's other games. Rather than go for realism like we'll see in the upcoming Jurassic Park game, It's About Time goes for a stylized cartoon look reminiscent of the short-lived Back to the Future cartoon series. There's the occasional framerate hiccup or stiff animation, but It's About Time still looks great.