Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Doctor Who : The Eternity Clock

The upcoming Doctor Who : The Eternity Clock for PlayStation 3 is available for pre-order now on Amazon.

 Details are few at the moment other than these bullet points about the product:

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
 Some screenshots:

You can also follow news about the release date promised for this month (April 2012) on the game's official Twitter feed


George Sabourin said...

Waiting for the PC version.

Andrew Davies-Land said...

Oh looks awesome!! I thought it was a PSN Download, didnt think it was a game on disc :D so buying this should be able to Platinum it :D 

Jonathan Holt said...

no xbox 360 version?

Wizzer10 said...

As someone with half a braincell, I must point some things out.
1. It's retail disk is a limited edition and PS3 only.
2. It's also for PS Vita, please realise this.
3. No PC version in Europe, they have a deal going with Sony of Europe (also hence no Xbox 360 version.)

Peripherus said...

Nope, your wrong. My manager at Supermassive has never said such a thing. The PC version is going to be released in Europe.

Peripherus said...

It's both.

Peripherus said...

Sorry, that's going to take a bit longer. We have to fix up a few glitches and find a distributor. 

Wizzer10 said...

Sorry. Should have elaborated. I believe it's a short term deal with SoE if they are to be believed?

Peripherus said...

A PC version is being released worldwide.