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Submitted by MattS 772d ago | review

Review: Dr Who: The Eternity Clock (Vita) | Digitally Downloaded

Digitally Downloaded writes: "So Dr Who joins the sport of cricket as a fine British idea that is absolutely butchered in video game form. By far the worst Vita game yet released." (Dr Who: The Eternity Clock, PS Vita) 1/5

Thirty3Three  +   772d ago
I loved it...
reddie  +   767d ago
I didn't love it, but for the price I was pretty happy. Developers made some attempt to keep things fresh throughout with constantly changing gameplay mechanics (sadly a real rarity in this day and age), lacked technical competence but the voice acting was superb.
Happy with the purchase, *definitely* not the worst Vita game (there's so many truly awful titles to chose from) but not something I'd recommend to a non-fan.

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