We brought you the news a while back that the BBC was releasing a Doctor Who game for PlayStation later this year, and now we have a pretty exciting trailer to show you.
Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock is being developed by UK based company Supermassive games, responsible for several downloadable titles like Tumble and several Little Big Planet level kits. The trailer indicates that the game will be 2D platformer with 3D graphics, and it also looks set to feature several of the Doctor’s most fearsome enemies like the Silence, Daleks and Cybermen.
The voice talent of Matt Smith will be utilised throughout the game and also in CGI cut-scenes which look set to maintain the quality of the TV show. The Eternity Clock is scheduled for release this March, and will be available via PSN for both the PS3 and Vita. A PC version is also set to follow later on in 2012.