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Doctor Who to hit Wii on 12 November

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Asylum Entertainment's two Nintendo Doctor Who games - one for the DS, the other for the Wii - will go on sale on 12 November.

Doctor Who: Return to Earth

Both titles feature the eleventh Doctor and leggy companion Amy Pond. Doctor Who: Evacuation Earth - the DS offering - and Doctor Who: Return to Earth will enable ans to take on the role of the Doctor and Amy in stories written in collaboration with the Doctor Who production team.

Return to Earth includes two mini-games - the Gravity Gun and Sonic Screwdriver - that specifically make use of the Wii Remote - especially if you're using the upcoming Sonic-shaped version. ®

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