BBC Worldwide has announced Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock for PC, PlayStation 3 and the upcoming Vita.
The game, a downloadable title due early next year, is in development at Guildford-based Supermassive Games, the studio behind Start The Party and Tumble. It's been written in close collaboration with the TV series' production team in Cardiff, and actors including Matt Smith, who plays Doctor Who, and Alex Kingston have recorded voiceovers for the game.
BBC Worldwide's Robert Nashak said: "We're creating these new games for PS3 and Vita with adaptations that will bring the wonder, adventure and madness of Doctor Who to each platform.
"Working with a top-tier UK development partner like Supermassive Games demonstrates BBC Worldwide's commitment to create world-class Doctor Who games for fans of the show and gamers alike."
A Doctor Who MMOG, subtitled World In Time, was announced in February and is in production at Puzzle Pirates developer Three Rings.
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