BBC Officially Unveils Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock for PS3, PS Vita and PC
The BBC has officially unveiled a new Doctor Who video game, titled, The Eternity Clock. Current Doctor Matt Smith and River Song, Alex Kingston, will be lending their voices to the game. While Doctor Who games have released in recent years — mainly PC adventure games — The Eternity Clock will be releasing for not only the PC, but the PS3 and, oddly enough, the PS Vita, as well.
Supermassive Games is behind The Eternity Clock, which you may know from the PS3 Move LittleBigPlanet tie-in game, Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves. The few details we have about The Eternity Clock seem like a good direction to take the game, as it appears players will travel through multiple layers of time, and things players do in one layer will affect the other layers, reminding us of the time travel in Day of the Tentacle.
The Eternity Clock will be releasing sometime in early 2012, barring any delays.
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