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Forums > Submission Feedback > JANUS2's Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - City of the Daleks (Episode 1) review

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Author: fleinn
Posted: June 27, 2010 (06:41 AM)
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Good review. I like the way you expand on the "adventure game vs. feature tv series of the last century" thing, and relate that to the story-telling in the series.

..Always thought BBC should do another of those.. tributes to the genre.., like the one they did with Sherlock Holmes when they let a bunch of different authors compete for making radio-episodes and tv-episodes over new stories. Instead of creating a new series in the same universe - just with different tv-series rules..


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Author: JANUS2
Posted: June 27, 2010 (04:10 PM)
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Hey, thanks. The "adventure game vs. TV series" issue was definitely my main focus when I was writing the review, so I'm glad it came across well.
Anyway, it looks like episode 2 might be more certain about what it wants to be, plus it has the Cybermen in it (my all time favourite Who villains).


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Author: Ben
Posted: July 23, 2010 (08:03 AM)
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I liked this review when I read it a while back. I kind of watch the show on-off, but I know that I won't be playing this particular episode!

By the way, the Doctor Who games are now available internationally, which now makes the note at the bottom inaccurate.


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