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Submitted by pearly27 1298d ago | review

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock review | Select Start Media

"Doctor Who has a fairly poor track record when it comes to video games, especially in recent years. Who remembers the notoriously horrible Doctor Who: Return to Earth and Evacuation Earth, for the Wii and DS respectively? Don’t seek them out, in any case. But the latest interactive adaptation of the franchise, PSN-exclusive (for now) Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock, was promoted as the first title intended for adult Whovians – were we going to get a real video game, rather than a mish-mash, sub-par Professor Layton clone? A game that properly encapsulates the feel of the television show, without feeling condescending or watered-down? I had no choice but to play it eagerly." | Select Start Media (Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock, PS3) 5.6/10

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