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Doctor Who: Destiny of the Doctors (1997)

The Master has taken over the planet Siralos, making use of its immense psychic power. He uses this power to imprison all seven incarnations of the Doctor. A creature of the Doctor's ... See full summary »
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David Coker ... First Doctor / Second Doctor / Additional Voices (voice)
... Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart (voice)
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The Master has taken over the planet Siralos, making use of its immense psychic power. He uses this power to imprison all seven incarnations of the Doctor. A creature of the Doctor's creation, The Graak. Accepts the Master's challenge to free the Doctors. Thus begins an adventure through the TARDIS, in which, the Graak must endeavor to free the Doctors, and save the universe. Written by Barry Morgan

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5 December 1997 (UK)  »

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A popular rumor exists that Tom Baker hated working with Doctor Who in his later years, and did not do a serious project until 2011. In fact, Baker had requested a special in 1994, which would have been the infamous "Into the Dark Dimension," but instead turned into the further infamous "Dimensions in time." This story was the first to feature Baker out of the role in a serious-fashion. See more »

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An attempt to bring Doctor Who gaming into the PC age
1 January 2000 | by See all my reviews

I wish I could say I enjoyed this game! It's well-intentioned, but, as with so many BBC-derived computer products, not enough care is taken. The background is good, and Ainley puts in a performance which betters much of what he did in the series, but the end result is, sadly, pants. It's eminently unplayable, jerky, confusing, and the lack of, in the most part, any degree of comprehensible user instructions does tend to let it down... Having played, for example, Tomb Raider, and then attempted this, I was sadly disappointed. There is so much scope within Doctor Who to come up with an exciting and playable game that it is sad to see every attempt (be it computer game or board game) fall at the first fence. Come on BBC - you can do better than this!


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