Mar 15, 2013Having played the game on both PlayStation 3, and PC, I can say that this is definitely the superior version of the game. With a lot less bugs, it is clear that Supermassive Games and the BBC learnt their lesson from the PS3 launch of the game that was riddled with bugs. Rather than rushing a PC release, they took their time and instead released on Steam 6 months later. However, the game still has bugs just as any game does which may turn people away from the game. Furthermore, some bugs are game-breaking unless you can fix them (changing the graphical settings tends to fix a few issues, for some reason). This, however, does not break the game completely. I completely enjoyed my PC and PS3 playthrough, my PC version running perfectly and with no bugs whatsoever on my first PC playthrough (many other people have experienced bugs, however. I can only imagine it has something to do with memory/CPU as they were running at higher settings? I am no expert on that matter however). I would strongly recommend to anyone that even likes Doctor Who a tiny bit to buy this game, as at £6.99 it is nothing short of a bargain.… Expand
Mar 4, 2013So, is Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock worth it? If you are a big fan of the series, then you should get some enjoyment out of getting to be The Doctor. If, however, you aren’t much of a fan, you probably won’t find this game’s mechanics and minigames to be worth your time. It is a competent effort, but not a great one.