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Matt Smith in motion capture suit for Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock
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Matt’s Masterful Motion Capture

We’re often hearing about how dedicated Doctor Who star Matt Smith is – well if you didn’t believe it before, take a look at this video which includes footage of the actor in full motion capture suit get-up to create realistic cut-scenes for the forthcoming PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and Windows game, The Eternity Clock….

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock
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Trophies for Eternity (Clock)!

Appearing online in the past few days is a full list of the in-game trophies you can achieve by playing Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock! Set for release via the PlayStation Network on May 23rd for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita (with a physical PS3 release two days later) the time-spanning adventure game puts the…

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock
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Monsters of Eternity!

The BBC has released another preview video for Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock – this time focusing on the monsters! Featuring Silurians, Daleks, Cybermen and The Silence, the game also features the voices of Alex Kingston and Matt Smith as River Song and the Doctor. Hit play before as KasterborousTV takes you on a trip…

A Dalek in Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock
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The Eternity Clock Commentary

So arguably the biggest and boldest Doctor Who game, The Eternity Clock, is due for release next week and we thought that we’d get you all excited with some clips from the game that you may not have seen yet. The game’s Executive Producer Simon Harris talks about Daleks, Cyber factories, co-operative play, how time…

The Doctor Gets Physical

So 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 –…

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock
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The Eternity Clock Preview

There have been many Doctor Who games that have been released in the past two decades, some have had more success than others but mark my words when I tell you that Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock is one that’s been worth waiting for. Attending the grand unveiling of the game at the BBC Media…

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