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Blood of the Cybermen

Episode Two of Doctor Who: The Adventure Games has been formally named – Blood of the Cybermen! An abandoned Arctic research centre… an ancient relic… an off-screen terror – the classic ingredients of a Doctor Who episode. Only this time you are the Doctor. Episode two of the Doctor Who: The Adventure Games has today…

Moffat Praises Game

Doctor Who boss Steven Moffat has praised the performances of his two stars, Matt Smith and Karen Gillan in their digitised form in Doctor Who: The Adventure Games first installment City of the Daleks. Moffat believes Smith & Gillan’s on-screen chemistry is part of the reason why families up and down the country are taking…

City of the Daleks Reaction

With the first episode of the Doctor Who: The Adventure Games officially out today; here’s a round up of the critical response to City of the Daleks. Developed by both Sumo Designs, Sheffield based developers who recently worked on titles such as Sonic & Sega All Star Racing, and Broken Sword series designer Charles Cecil…

Moffat Vetoes “Sonic” Loss

Computer games are great big pixel puzzles – some require a steady aim and a canards sense of cunning, others require you to find the right pieces (keys, maps, mushrooms) to complete the puzzle. So what do you do when your hero has a sonic screwdriver, a pacifist weapon and a skeleton key for every…

Early Release Explained

The official Doctor Who website has released Doctor Who: The Adventure Games City of the Daleks two days earlier than scheduled causing mixed reactions by some fans. The first instalment of The Adventure Games is officially released on 5th June 2010 but the BBC website has released an early iteration of the game for testing…

Daleks in Sheffield Footage

We’ve got some great footage here of young fans reviewing Doctor Who: The Adventure Games and an exclusive amateur (read: shaky) video of the Daleks at large in Sheffield this week! First off, a short film featuring scriptwriter Phil Ford and one of the main men behind the project Charles Cecil, as well as BBC…

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