It looks like the new Doctor Who game from Supermassive Games will only use two of the four dimensions the Doctor is accustomed to. There are plenty of villainous cameos from Who foes old and new, and it looks like there'll be some stealth bits with the latest series' creepiest monsters, The Silence. It'll be out in March. No word yet on a price. You can follow The Eternity Clock on Twitter for the latest Doctor Who game announcements and you can follow The Talking Clock for the very latest news on what time it is in London.
The BBC have sent word that a new Doctor Who game is hurtling through time and space towards our hard drives. It's called Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock and will be available as a digital download "soon." The teaser trailer above shows the Tardis tumbling through a clock the size of the universe. It's probably a figurative bit of visual flair, but the idea of fizzing through the galaxy in the Doctor's blue box, popping in the clockwork of the cosmos is a good one, and a fitting task for a Time Lord.
Big Match Striker is a new online football game, and it's a really interesting idea. Think of it as Theme Hospital crossed with Football Manager, then crossed again with a pub trivia game - all hosted online. The guys who are making it at Supermassive need help testing it, and they've opened up their first beta to PC Gamer readers.
If you sign up to our site, or if you're already a member, Supermassive games will give you access to the Big Match Striker beta." But what's Big Match Striker," you're muttering to your cat? It's a free to play multiplayer football manager game where every tackle and penalty can be resolved with a quick-fire trivia question drawing on your knowledge of English football's top four tiers - a constantly updated database of thousands of soccer questions. If you're the sort of person who knows what the half time score during the world cup final of 1962 was, I'm definitely not playing against you any time soon.