Hold on to your sonic screwdrivers Whovians, because in March 2012 that time-traveling spelunker is staring in a new video game, Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock.
Beautiful word, ‘shenanigans’… And I’m certain the Doctor will have lots in store for him come this March, when the partnership of BBC Wales, the studio that produces the long-running sci-fi show, and Supermassive Games, who’s work has been so far tied to PlayStation 3 exclusive’s Start The Party and the LittleBigPlanet 2 Level Packs, will be sending him in his next multidimensional adventure, Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock.
The game is a digital-download release developed especially for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and PC. More importantly, from bits and pieces shown in the premier trailer below, The Eternity Clock is a classic 2D platformer that has the eleventh doctor facing off against some of his greatest foes — the Silurians, Daleks, and The Silence. I had to write that last part on my arm in marker so I wouldn’t forget (Doctor Who reference!)
Oh, and if authenticity is where it’s at for you, being all nerds here I’m sure that’s certainly the case, then be awesomely delighted to know that both Matt Smith (the Doctor) and Alex Kingston (River Song) will be providing their own voices to the game. Geeze, the game looks pretty neat as is, and having the actual cast from the show should be icing on the cake come around March when the game launches, barring quality of course.
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