If you’re a Doctor Who fan that owns a PS Vita and had planned to get a copy of Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock today, we have some slightly bad news: it’s been delayed.
Today was the intended release day for the Vita version of the game but a BBC spokesperson announced that, unfortunately, it had been delayed whilst the copy undergoes additional testing to make sure that the best possible version is supplied to you.
You know what they say, good things…
The Eternity Clock has already been delayed from its intended March 2012 release so this may have some fans rather worried but rest assured that the game will be released as soon as possible.
The Vita version will offer some unique features including NFC support and save sharing between the PlayStation platforms, effectively meaning that you can play the game on the PS3, save it and then continue from where you left off on your Vita! Plus there’s the added cool factor that you can play a proper Doctor Who game whilst on the train, bus or plane, which means that Doctor Who is fully transportable!
No date has been announced yet for the Vita release of the game but as soon as we know, you will as well.
Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock is available on the PlayStation3 now via download or in retail shops; a PC release in planned for later this year.