The lights are on
Despite an initially promised release date of June 13 for the Vita version of Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock, the game will finally be available on Tuesday, October 9.
The Vita version was apparently delayed to allow the Vita version of the game to take advantage of some of the handheld's special features like the dual-analog sticks and the touchscreen. You will also be able to take advantage of the Vita's cloud save options to share your save file with the PlayStation 3 version of the game.
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More Doctor Who? Sure, I can live with that.
Ummmm... I'm not getting this game for my Vita. Nope, sorry.
I didn't know they were making a doctor who game
I'd buy a good quality PS3 version.
I didn't even know there was a Doctor Who game...
Considering it reviewed poorly, not too sure if this is that great for Vita fans. A pity, you'd think if designers actually put some work into coming up with something that centered around all the things Doctor Who does best, you'd see a good game. Instead, we've gotten a bunch of platforming games and a severely bad Wii game with a DS tie-in that only did a little better.
Wow, I didn't really realize how little I cared until I was faced with this news.
Still waiting for the PC port
never hered of this game before.
That's great that it's finally coming out. It's bad that all reviews of the PS3 version are terrible. This really should have come out at the same time as the PS3 version, then i would have foolishly spent my money on it. lol.
His hand is huge.