Screens of Wii & DS Doctor Who Games

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Wii version looks really shit, which was to be expected.
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QUOTE said:
Return To Earth

Young fans can play the role of the Doctor and Amy Pond in this gripping 3D action adventure to help the starship Lucy Gray return to Earth.

Unravel a sinister plot by the Cybermen and prevent the Daleks from retrieving a dangerous Time Axis as your explore the deserted starship Lucy Gray. Avoid and outsmart your enemies using stealth, distraction devices and target-shooting elements found around the ship.

Starring the voices of Matt Smith and Karen Gillan, this brand new official Doctor Who storyline includes two types of mini-game; the Gravity Gun and Sonic Screwdriver Game, which specifically make use of the Wii technology.
Authentic Doctor Who story written by Doctor Who author Oli Smith
Opportunity to explore an incredible star ship in this action adventure as it returns to Earth playing as either the Doctor or Amy Pond.
Interact with and manipulate the environment.
Aim and fire sonic beams with the Wii Remote at coloured targets dotted around the levels that move platforms, turn on and off hazards, open doors and more.
Sneak past Daleks and Cybermen.
Use the Wii Remote as the Sonic Screwdriver to progress through the game.
Fully recorded dialogue by Matt Smith and Karen Gillan throughout cut scenes.


DS one looks a bit better, I heard it was gonna be a point and click adventure game but it looks very Proffessor Layton-y to me, though probably piss easy and without the production values.

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QUOTEEvacuation Earth

This is your chance to be the Doctor and guide him and Amy Pond on a thrilling new adventure.

Arriving on Earth only hours before a Solar Storm is due to wipe out all life on the planet, the Doctor and his companion discover the last group of humans preparing to evacuate. No sooner have they arrived then the TARDIS disappears and they embark on a mission to recover it, encountering Silurians and Daleks along the way.

Starring the voices of Matt Smith and Karen Gillan, this brand new official Doctor Who storyline includes over 100 puzzles, plus over 60 exciting locations to explore.
Authentic Doctor Who story written by Doctor Who author Oli Smith
Opportunity to guide the Doctor and Amy Pond through a colourful puzzle adventure
Beautifully drawn characters to interact with and over 60 varied, colourful locations to explore
Over 100 puzzles including 3 types of mini-games
Features items to collect, use and combine to progress the story
Fully recorded dialogue by Matt Smith and Karen Gillan throughout cut scenes

http://gallifreynewsbase.blogspot.com/2010...mes-update.html

Sadly the source seems to think they're by Nintendo...if only right? Imagine if they got Level-5 to do the DS game!
 

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Wii Game makes me think of a late PS1/Early PS2/Dreamcast game. They produced better for the PC and they weren't particularly taxing games, I'm sure you can get higher poly into the Wii on a low production value.
 

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I would just like to addd that I would very much want to penetrate Amy Pond's actress with my penis.

Doctor Who games just make me think 'meh.' It's probably going to be glorified shovelware.
 

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Who would have guessed, it looks like a steaming pile of shit
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Doctor Who should stick to one platform; the remote control.
 

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I hope it's not shovelware, Doctor Who could use a decent game.

Screens don't look too bad. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
 

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SPH73 said:
I hope it's not shovelware, Doctor Who could use a decent game.

Screens don't look too bad. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
No they look terrible. The polycount on some of those Wii shots is just inexcusable.
 

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Jamstruth said:
SPH73 said:
I hope it's not shovelware, Doctor Who could use a decent game.

Screens don't look too bad. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
No they look terrible. The polycount on some of those Wii shots is just inexcusable.
It's Doctor Who. I can't imagine the budget was startlingly big.
 

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