Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock heading to PS Vita on June 13th

June 13th, 1892! Maybe

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock heading to PS Vita on June 13th

The BBC has announced that the PS Vita version of Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock will be travelling over to the Sony portable on June 13th, a few weeks after it stops by on the PS3.

MCV seems to suggest that the title will be a digital-only release for the portable platform, though, rather than the dual retail/digital release as with its console brother.

The Eternity Clock is the first of a series of planned adventures for Doctor Who, which sees an eerie digital recreation of Matt Smith’s Doctor go up against a number of old and relatively new foes from across the cult sci-fi’s universe, including the Cybermen, Daleks, and Silurians.


You’re searching for (presumably) a rather big clock, as it’s meant to contain ‘every event that ever was or ever will be’. Sounds more like a diary than a clock to me, but I'm not a regenerating space wizard, so what do I know?

You'll be joined on this latest quest by River Song, who has a bit of a complicated backstory, and the show's actors (Matt Smith and Alex Kingston) will be voicing their respective characters.

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock will be out on the PS Vita on June 13th.

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