Bit strange it's an exclusive. But hopefully it means it might actually have a chance of being good.
Doctor Who: The eternity clock
Twin_snakes 2,191 posts
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I always read that as the eternity cock, though that would be more David Tennent. Supposedly it's not on Xbox as MS need a fee upfront, and the BBC's charter won't allow it.
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I saw a trailer just now for this, and it reminded me of Mega Drive Jurassic Park, which was good. I also saw a fun comment about if DW was being made by Supergiant games, which caused upset of coffee!
Edited by Machetazo at 13:40:17 24-01-2012
I really, really hope that this turns out to be a decent game. At least it has good voices.
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Terrible according to Eurogamer
I was planning to play the Vita version if any and it's still not out yet. They said on the PSN blog that they didn't think anyone knew what was happening with it.
From the comments I've read it sounds like very few people were happy with the PS3 game which is pretty much the same as the Vita one will be. Rental if you really like the series material.
That's a shame. As much as I enjoy the TV show, the game, I'm sure, was always gonna have a hard time(doesn't really suit the medium, ifyouknowwhatimean), but if it isn't that great at a budget price, I dunno where I was going with that, but still a lot of money to spend on something mediocre.
Yeah, I've been a Doctor Who fan all my life and I still don't feel that drawn to it. Kingston and Smith banter is always nice but not enough to overlook buggy poorly designed gameplay. It is a shame. I always live in hope with these things.
I always thought the interaction between The Doctor and River was somewhat lacking in the show(but that could be down to the nature of their encounters), but to mention it as a notable point of interest in the game, where the voice work is even more constricted?
I said it was the banter I liked-the silly teasing lines, often delivered in quick, throwaway fashion. I'm a fan of witty and amusing flippant dialogue. A few people I know and some comments I've read said that they had these in the game too. I don't think there's anything more meaningful in it. And nobody thinks it anywhere near makes up for the other faults.
And a Sarah Jane story has just come on the radio, appropriately.