Doctor Who fans who have been waiting for the next Who-based computer game to come along are almost at the end of their journey as latest console game The Eternity Clock is out at the beginning of March, and as a bonus the BBC have released a full trailer for it.
You can watch the trailer below…
This will be the first of three console adventures for the Doctor this year, and will be primarily released on the Playstation 3 and Sony’s new gadget, the Playstaton Vita with a PC version to be launched later in the year.
The game will feature a brand new adventure for Matt Smith’s Doctor, who along with River Song (Alex Kingston) must once again save the world from destruction at the hands of some of his most famous enemies including the Daleks, Cybermen and the eerie Silence.
The gameplay features the use of split-screen at various points of the game when the two characters are forced to go their separate ways, and utilises Unreal Engine 3 technology for the first time on the Playstation Vita.
It is no surprise that the Doctor Who franchise is something of a golden goose to the BBC, having raked in a record £160 million profit. Not bad for a show that was thought to be out-dated and out of place until 2005’s revamped series.
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This article was first posted on February 21, 2012