The Supermassive-developed Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock, in which players will navigate Matt Smith’s Doctor and River Song (Alex Kingston) through various platforming and puzzle-based antics now has a release date on the PS3 and Vita.
Worldwide release for the PS3 version will commence through PlayStation Network on 23 May, and at UK retail on 25 May. Vita owners will need to hold off until 13 June to get hold of the game. But wait, wasn’t this coming to the PC as well? Yes it was (and is); that version is due “shortly after” the Vita one.
Here’s a trailer, showcasing the selection of monsters the Doctor will have to face off against (plus a bit of gameplay footage).
[video2=2671] Source: twitter.com
 

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