Play as the Doctor and River Song as they race to save the universe and time itself. Unravel the mystery of The Eternity Clock and stop its deadly path of destruction before it's too late.Equipped with the Doctor's sonic screwdriver, River's Blaster and other fantastic gadgets, journey through four London time periods and a number of alien locations in search of the answers. Face up to the most fearsome monsters including Silurians, Cybermen, Daleks and the Silence.Outwit and destroy foes, solve puzzles and make the right choices in an epic action-adventure.Save the Future.
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Review 1 for Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock
Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Dissapointment
I am a huge doctor who fan. I own tons of collectibles and have even gone through the trouble of making a huge LEGO Dalek. But this videogame took my love for the Doctor and treated it like a slave driven Ood. I was greeted with a lovely main menu of the TARDIS whirling through the time stream and the Doctor Who theme playing proudly in the background. Loving this so far! Then...the game started...I was greeted by mediocer graphics. "Uh oh" I thought to myself. But might I instantly say the voice acting is great! The Doctor and River Song are voiced by their respective actors and its great to hear those fimiliar voices! But as the game went onward I was highly underwhelmed. The graphics where bland except for the backgrounds and the TARDIS. The side scrolling presentation lacked the "RUN!" feeling that the show convays, I never felt as though I was in any danger, even with Daleks, Cybermen, and The Silence lurking about, I was always more concerned about what door I need to open than if i was going to be exterminated. Almost all the puzzles revolve around switching between the Doctor and River to complete a task (Open a door, sneak past a Dalek, reach a high ledge, ect) The puzzles are bland and don't pose much of a challenge (Until you run into deadlock seals then things get slightly frustrating) There are four time periods of London that you must travel through to find out what the elusive Eternity Clock is. The story feels a lot like the episode "The Pandorica Opens" because of this mysterious object that the Doctor doesnt know about. Despite the similarity I enjoyed the story, really the only reason I didnt quit the game! While the game had some fun moments it was bogged down by lackluster graphics, terrible gameplay, and more glitches than you could fix with a sonic screwdriver. The only reason to buy this game is for the fun story and good sound design. But after I finished the game I promptly hit DELETE!!!