Doctor Who fans will be excited to learn that the highly anticipated video games based on the top-rated BBC TV series have today been confirmed for release on Friday 12th November 2010.
Licensed by BBC Worldwide and brought to life by games developer Asylum Entertainment and global distributor Koch Media, Doctor Who: Evacuation Earth for Nintendo DS and Doctor Who: Return to Earth for Wii will hit retailers in the UK, Australia and selected territories across Europe.
Inspired by the Doctor’s adventures across time and space, both games feature the Eleventh Doctor, Matt Smith and Karen Gillan who plays his Companion Amy Pond. Doctor Who: Evacuation Earth and Doctor Who: Return to Earth will enable family and child fans to take on the role of the Doctor and Amy in stories written in collaboration with the Doctor Who production team.
The action adventure game on Wii™ includes two types of mini-game; the Gravity Gun and Sonic Screwdriver that specifically make use of the Wii technology and are sure to be a big hit with young fans of the show. The Nintendo DS™ takes gamers on a new mission to recover the TARDIS after a Solar Storm and includes over 100 puzzles, plus over 60 exciting locations to explore.
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