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Submitted by kewlrats 1030d ago | review

SideQuesting Review: Doctor Who The Eternity Clock leaves our Tardis lost

Steven Strom of SideQuesting.com writes:

"Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock is a terrible game. It’s a poor platformer with horrible AI, cheap puzzles, sub-par visuals, game-breaking bugs and not a whole lot of content. If you’re a huge Doctor Who fan that absolutely cannot wait for the new season this fall to get your dose of occasional Whovian dialogue and story, and you are positive that you can put up with everything else, be my guest. However, even if you can stomach everything else, I still don’t’ think you’ll find what you’re looking for here." (Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock, PS3) 1/5

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