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Eidos Doctor Who game “not too far away” for PC, PS2 and DS

Tuesday, 4th March 2008 15:53 GMT By Patrick Garratt

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Eidos has just confirmed that the previously known Doctor Who game on its books will be revealed soon and is in development for PC, PS2 and DS. Firm details are under wraps at the moment, but it doesn’t sound as though you’re going to be waiting too long.

“That is correct,” a rep told videogaming247 when asked if promo work was starting on the title. “We haven’t announced a release date at the moment. It’s not too far away. We should be showing it to [press] quite soon.”

“It’s for PS2, PC and DS,” the spokesperson added.

Nothing else is known of the game thus far. All we can say is that we hope it’s all about Tom Baker and not that new one with the “trendy” haircut.

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  1. Blerk

    Oh no! Man the lifeboats!

    #1 6 years ago
  2. patlike

    lols :)

    #2 6 years ago
  3. Tiger Walts

    If they did it on the Wii they could shoehorn in the sonic screwdriver so many times. Just like the TV series.

    #3 6 years ago
  4. doctorwhofan500

    OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1111111111111eleven
    You should have a feature where you play ALL the doctors and regenerate every time you die but need to get back to the TARDIS or the regeneration will fail and you will *Ganon* DIE!
    Also you could pick the TARDIS desktop theme; that or 8th doctors TARDIS (That thing was EPIC!)
    Also no.10′s hair is fine!!!!!!!!!!!!
    back to the point, why is it not on ANY 7th Generation Consoles?!
    I also think there should be a TARDIS Flight Simulator When Materializing and it should be a RPG where you travel around space and time with the TARDIS axting as the Hub like the obsevatory in Super Mario Galaxy where you sometimes have Random Events Like black holes, Parodoxs or Parellel Worlds. What do you Think?

    #4 5 years ago
  5. sojourner

    Does anyone know if this game will work on the American PS2 systems?

    #5 5 years ago
  6. Esha

    I worry that the old Amiga Doctor Who game will still be better than this.

    I can hope for a decent experience, but citing PS2 as one of the platforms doesn’t do much for one’s expectations of the PC release.

    #6 5 years ago