Doctor Who: The Edge Of Time - kiron.ramdewar
Hello, fellow time travelers :) Today I received some great news from the team - Both Valve Index and Windows Mixed Reality headsets will be supported in a patch coming this January!

As a small team, we weren't able to ship a patch for this as quickly as we would have liked but hope that a new group of players will join us on our adventure in January.

Once again, thanks for your patience We can't wait for more players to be able to play the game in all of its glory in the new year!
Doctor Who: The Edge Of Time - Claddish
Hey Companions, thanks for all the TARDIS piloting, time-travelling and sonic screwdriver-ing you have been doing in-game. You've reported a couple of issues that you've been having in your adventures, so we've made a few quick fixes to help improve your Doctor Who: The Edge of Time experience. The patch notes can be found below

- Fix to controllers occasionally 'sticking' and causing continuous movement or turning when releasing the stick on Oculus
- Fix to a bug where zapping the lift doors with the Sonic caused the doors to be closed and the player to be trapped
- Fix to a bug where buttons in the Dalek Stealth stage could be zapped by the Sonic to open doors, allowing players to cheat
- Massively increased turn speed, based on reports from the public. It is now much better. Speeds have been changed from (Slow: 1.0, Medium: 2.0, Fast: 3.0) to (Slow: 15.0, Medium: 25.0, Fast: 40.0)
Doctor Who: The Edge Of Time - kiron.ramdewar
The day is almost upon us! Doctor Who: The Edge of Time will be released tomorrow and we cannot wait for you all to play it! In the meantime, get yourself psyched with our launch trailer.

Thanks to everyone for being so patient with us. It has been a labor of love crafting the game and we hope that the blood, sweat, and tears we have put into the game are evident. Tomorrow, remember to share your thoughts on the game with us in the Steam Discussion board, we're all ears.
Doctor Who: The Edge Of Time - kiron.ramdewar
With the release of Doctor Who: The Edge of Time almost upon us (it's coming November 12th!), we thought it would be nice to give players a taste of the game by releasing the official soundtrack for free! You can download the soundtrack by clicking here, but be quick as the link will only be live until Friday the 8th of November at 2.15 pm.

Those of you who may be reading this a little late, don't worry! We have also created the soundtrack as DLC on Steam, so when purchasing the game next week, you can listen to the OST in all its glory when it releases next week!

We are really excited for everyone to get their hands on the game next week. If you haven't already, make sure you wishlist our game to keep up to date on more announcements like this one.

Doctor Who: The Edge Of Time

Doctor Who: The Edge of Time, developer Maze Theory's "cinematic, feature-length" VR game, now has a release date. It'll be vworping onto PSVR, Oculus, and Vive on 12th November.

The Edge of Time Maze is a puzzle-y traversal affair in which players must help the Doctor (as played by Jodie Whittaker) "defeat a powerful force that threatens to destroy the fabric of reality". The time-and-space-spanning story is entirely new, but, as you'd expect, there are plenty of nods to the TV series' 50-year legacy along the way, including appearances by the Daleks and Weeping Angels, and familiar locations, such as the Cole Hill junkyard.

Maze Theory offered a decent look at The Edge of Time's sonic-screwdriver-wielding gameplay in an extended trailer last month, and Eurogamer's Ian Higton was also given the opportunity to step into the TARDIS for a stroll through one of the game's five levels. Here he is in a spooky forest, wishing he had a virtual reality sofa to hide behind:

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Doctor Who: The Edge Of Time - kiron.ramdewar
It has been a while since we made any announcements, but finally we can reveal the big one that you have all been waiting for - Doctor Who: The Edge of Time will be released on November 12th, 2019!

We know we are a little late, but in order to do Doctor Who justice, we needed to squeeze in a little extra time before we could ship the game.

Thanks for keeping with us. We are really excited for you all to get your hands on the game and can't wait to see your reaction (especially to the Weeping Angels level) when the game launches this November!

Doctor Who: The Edge Of Time

I'm familiar with modern-day Doctor Who, but I don't watch it. In fact, I haven't properly watched a Doctor Who episode since the days when Sylvester McCoy and Ace went head-to-head with a man made out of Liquorice Allsorts.

Back then Doctor Who still felt like a sci-fi horror show for kids, featuring a healthy dose of mortal peril in each episode, but in my minds eye, the episodes were always rather colourful and a touch psychedelic. That's why I was a bit taken aback by how gloomy Doctor Who: The Edge of Time was. Are the newer series really this poorly lit?

If you want to see what I'm on about, check out this week's episode of Ian's VR Corner in the video player below. I took a trip to developer Maze Theory's offices to record an exclusive Let's Play of a portion of one of the game's five levels and this snippet shows off just how murky the visuals in the game can actually get.

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Doctor Who: The Edge Of Time

Developer Maze Theory's "cinematic, feature-length" Doctor Who VR game, The Edge of Time, is right around the corner, with a PlayStation VR, Oculus, and Vive release still pencilled in for the rapidly dwindling month of September. And in anticipation of that imminent launch, there's a new trailer offering a few additional gameplay glimpses.

Previously, Maze Theory revealed that The Edge of Time would ask players, safely ensconced in their VR headsets, to "solve mind-bending puzzles, grapple with classic monsters and encounter new horizons in a quest to find the Doctor and defeat a powerful force that threatens to destroy the fabric of reality". That adventure would involve journeying to destinations "both familiar and strange to recover a series of powerful time crystals".

To date, Maze Theory has shown very little in the way of gameplay for its Jodie-Whittaker-starring virtual reality experience, with the exception of one exceedingly brown introductory sequence in a Cole Hill junkyard, initially demoed during this year's San Diego Comicon. That early snatch saw players, with a little help from the Doctor, summoning the TARDIS into being in order to escape a Dalek invasion.

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Doctor Who: The Edge Of Time - kiron.ramdewar
Today we are really excited to have a new wave of previews and screenshots! The team have been working hard on the game and while we are almost finished, there's still some kinks the team are ironing out.

We have a lot of content to show everyone over the following weeks so make sure you follow our Steam page so you don't miss a beat.

Doctor Who: The Edge of Time Puts Puzzles on a Spaceship - IGN
"Developer Maze Theory is dedicated to making this an authentic Doctor Who video game."

Is There Finally A Game That Feels Like Doctor Who? - GameSpot
"Edge of Time is finally a Doctor Who game that, well, feels like Doctor Who."

Becoming the Doctor’s new companion in Doctor Who: The Edge of Time VR - SixthAxis
"It feels like a greatest hits compilation."

Doctor Who: The Edge Of Time Has The Hokey Heart Of British Sci-Fi Intact - UploadVR
"For Who fans, though, Edge of Time represents the first real chance to step into a world they’ve loved for nearly 60 years. If even just looking at the TARDIS as intended for the first time brings a smile to your face, the rest of it might all be worth it."


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