The world of Doctor Who has been just begging for a competent game. After all, aren't aliens, robots, destruction, time travel and awkward, often sarcastic, humour all great staples of the medium? It's exactly the sort of television show that could merrily hop over the gap without missing a beat. But despite a clear love of the series and...
Tardy Vita version lags behind
Fans of dodgy British sci-fi will be able to get their fill on 23rd May when Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock releases on PlayStation 3. It’ll launch as a digital download first, but will quickly be followed by a retail release on 25th May. Sadly, the Vita version won’t arrive until 13th June. Both titles will be...
If we watched Doctor Who like the rest of the world, you could guarantee this article would be packed to the brim with puns and self-referential jokes. Trouble is: we don’t, and we’ve used up our one and only pun in the sub-headline. Oh well. In that case, we’re going to jump straight to the point: the BBC’s announced a limited...
Save the Future.
Play as the Doctor and River Song as they race to save the universe and time itself. Unravel the mystery of The Eternity Clock and stop its deadly path of destruction before it’s too late.
- Outwit and destroy monsters including the Silence, Daleks, Silurians and Cybermen in an epic action-adventure
- Time travel gameplay mechanics - changes to one time period affect the layout of another, solve puzzles across the centuries
- Collaborative split-screen multiplayer - play together simultaneously and in different time periods
- Innovative 2D to 3D camera switch play
- An intriguing, expansive plot developed in collaboration with the team behind the TV show