Archive for category Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock
Back in June, EdEN reviewed the PS3 version of this title, giving it a 70/100. He rated the high points as having an excellent, new story, great voice acting, and a platinum, with the negatives being spotty AI and no way to save mid-level. Next week, though (both in North American and Europe), a Vita version will be released on PSN, and even includes a few new features.
Alright folks, the giveaway for Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock has ended. Remember, we had 8 US codes and 1 EU Blu-Ray edition to give away (to the first EU winner; the first US/NA winner will receive an extra 500 points). So, who won this title?
There were 151 entries in all. After a random selection process, here’s the list of winners:
louiedog – Ticket
JD – Ticket
Kane112 – Ticket
premiersoupir – Ticket
Oly – Twitter Entry
wolfkin – YouTube Channel Entry
insight – Google+ Entry
SubMonkey – Ticket
mowmow – Facebook Fan Page Entry
Turns out, Oly entered the contest just for the heck of it, so here is an alternate winner:
Lan – Ticket
I have contacted them when I prepared this post last night. If you won, be sure to check your Private Messages if you did not receive a notification.
I reviewed Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock, a game that thanks to great graphics, great writing, and the current actors lending their voice to the game, makes for a nice package. Thanks to BBC Entertainment, we have 9 copies of Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock for you to win! From those, 8 are for a direct download on PSN (US codes), and one lucky EU winner will be able to get their hands on the UK Bluray Disc Edition. If you’re an EU entrant, please let us know! The first EU winner drawn will receive the Blu-Ray edition of the game.
The giveaway will be open until July 7th, 12AM MST, so be sure to get your entries in by then!
The game immerses players in the universe of Doctor Who across 600 years of history and the future. Players take on the roles of the Doctor and River Song as they travel across time and space to save the Earth, and time itself. In order to be successful, they must master the complexities of time travel through exceptional time-based gameplay – changes made in one time will impact another, creating multiple possibilities and challenging players to solve puzzles across the centuries.