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Published on April 20th, 2012 | by Meredith Burdett

The Doctor Gets Physical

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock physical release for PS3So you’ve got a PS3 or a Playstation Vita and you want to play the new Doctor Who game The Eternity Clock. The only problem is that for whatever reason you can’t download it.

Maybe you don’t have the Internet hooked up to your chosen console, maybe your Wi-Fi doesn’t work, it doesn’t matter – you won’t be able to get your hand on this cool new adventure.

That may have been the case in the last few weeks but it has been announced that there will now be a limited physical release of The Eternity Clock for both Playstation consoles, meaning that if you don’t want to download it, you can buy it instead-hooray!

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It has been listed on Amazon for purchase priced just £17.99, although release date for this and the digital download versions of the game are yet to be confirmed.

The Eternity Clock features Matt Smith as the Doctor and Alex Kingston as River Song, together they embark on a dangerous mission through space and time to uncover the secret of the mysterious “clock” as they battle Daleks, Cybermen, Silurians and even The Silence. Oh, and did we mention that it’s fantastic?

The Eternity Clock will be out for Playstation 3 and Playstation Vita soon.


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What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

2 Responses to The Doctor Gets Physical

  1. avatar Kate says:

    Still doesn’t solve the problem that it’s being released on the least-popular gaming console. I have both a Xbox (with a Kinect) and a Wii, probably about $1000 worth of systems and games, and I can’t play it. No way am I sinking money into a PS3 for one game. Way to alienate consumers…

    • Quite right Kate – it is a massive disappointment. I have two consoles in my house, a Wii and a (currently broken) 360. I’m hoping the PC version will eventually arrive, but it’s midway through April and the PS3 copy still hasn’t turned up!

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