Double Visions keeps up the game's unique portrayal of the Back to the Future characters with their slightly stylized proportions that are still easily recognizable from the films. The game also continues to show the classic locations of Hill Valley in some interesting lights as we return to the super-clean town that belongs to Citizen Brown, as well as the 1930's version of the city - this time a few months later with a festival in full swing. While we have seen both times before, there are enough changes to make the trip worthwhile.
Similar to the graphics, the game's audio continues to be a big part of making Double Visions feel like a true BttF title. Between Christopher Lloyd's continued reprisal of his role, AJ LoCascio's ability to sound just like a young Michael J. Fox, and the classic theme song permeating the game world, everything sounds just right.