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The BBC is to release a new Doctor Who game next year, but if you're an Xbox owner you won't be able to enjoy it.

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock will be released for the PlayStation 3, Sony's PS Vita handheld and PCs.

The Corporation promises the game will feature "photo-real graphics, television quality scenes and highly realistic characters", among them the Doc and River Song, both to be voiced by Matt Smith and Alex Kingston, respectively.

Big promises were made for the Beeb's last Doctor Who game, the Wii-oriented Doctor Who: Return to Earth. It proved to be rather poor fare.

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock is being developed by Guildford-based Supermassive Games known for PlayStation Move titles Start the Party! and Tumble.

Here's the DW:EC trailer:

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