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Looking forward to the next attempt to make a decent Doctor Who videogame? Past attempts have generally not passed muster, but The Eternity Clock might just the one that finally gets it right.

Well, if today's newly posted trailer is anything to go by. Have a ganders:

Mixing modern graphics, voice audio recorded by Matt Smith and Alex Kingston - here rendered all Emma Peel stylee in tight black leather - and the platform leaping and jumping of erstwhile Who gaming classic, 1992's Dalek Attack, developer Supermassive might just have a hit on its hands.

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock or Doctor Who: The Eternity Cock? Only time - and March's release - will tell… It'll be out on PS3 and PS Vita, with a PC version to follow. ®

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