View Full Version : Would you like to see a Doctor Who game made for the XBox?

12-13-2002, 07:48 PM
I would!

12-14-2002, 12:50 PM
I would....i thought there was a game in development?!........mmm...I hope if they do make one..it has to be the one with Tom Baker.... big Dr who fan.....

12-14-2002, 01:15 PM
I think it would be great.

12-14-2002, 03:59 PM
mite b fun

Xbox Owner
12-14-2002, 05:13 PM
I..I dunno. It took me like three times to read this to understand it..I thought you ment:

Would you like to see a Doctor....who made a game for Xbox..


l Maximus l
12-14-2002, 07:45 PM
If it'll be anything better than Dr. Phil, then, sure! :D

12-15-2002, 03:05 AM
I don't exactly know how they would do it but, heck yeah! I would play it. :D

Insane Jester
12-15-2002, 08:42 AM
I voted no .. im not a fan at all so i dont think i would even look at it .. unless everyone on here went crazy over how good it was lol .. but i would have to say no from the start ... good luck though ...

12-15-2002, 04:27 PM
Originally posted by Evil_Dr_Beefy
I would....i thought there was a game in development?!........mmm...I hope if they do make one..it has to be the one with Tom Baker.... big Dr who fan.....

I would like to see it based on #5(Peter Davison) or #7(sylvester Mccoy)!

12-15-2002, 08:26 PM
The first or fourth (tom baker the guy with the scarf??) that would rule, of course it would have to been done well ,

Actually I can't remember much from the series since I haven't seen it since the 80's but I love it so much, I only knew one other kid that liked it, and he had a K-9 shirt ........I wanted it so bad ,

12-15-2002, 08:32 PM
Originally posted by Slacker
(tom baker the guy with the scarf??)

Yup that's number #4

12-15-2002, 09:12 PM
whos doctor who?:eek:

12-15-2002, 09:14 PM
Originally posted by Koopa
whos doctor who?:eek: yeah... I don't know who who is.

12-15-2002, 09:21 PM
Originally posted by wweomaniac
yeah... I don't know who who is.


"Doctor Who" was an idea conceived by Sydney Newman and Donald Wilson of the
BBC in 1963. It was to be a science-fiction series aimed at children
ages 9-14 that could explore both science and history via a time/space machine
and so both educate and entertain this age group. The education aspect soon
went out the window as the entertainment aspect soared, and towards the end
of the 60s and certainly into the 70s, the age group was enlarged to include
adults, though certain topics such as sex and graphic violence would only ever
be superficially touced on.

The plot of the first episode is still one of the best introductions to the
series. The setting is an English school in 1963, where a science teacher
named Ian Chesterton and a history teacher named Barbara Wright have become
intensely curious about a peculiar student of theirs, Susan Foreman. She
seems to have superior knowledge of history and science, yet is quite ignorant
of everyday things such as the British monetary system. Barbara's interest
has grown larger since she discovered that Susan has an apparantly false
address, (it's just a junkyard) and she and Ian agree to stake out this
location and see if she turns up. She does, but when they follow her inside,
she has disappeared, but the one thing they do find is a strangely humming
police box. (more on what a police box is in a bit) They are then confronted by
an old man who demands to know why they are there, and they reach en empasse
until the police box door opens and Susan calls for him, her grandfather.
Barbara and Ian push their way inside and find it to have an impossibly large
and spacious high-tech interior. Susan and her grandfather, the Doctor, explain
that this is their ship, the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space),
and it is capable of travelling to any place or time, and that they are in
fact from another time and another world. Susan asks the Doctor to let Ian
and Barbara go, but he insists he cannot since they will give them away to the
police, and so instead he sets the ship in motion, plunging them all back to
a prehistoric age. Once there, the Doctor and Susan are disturbed to find that
the TARDIS has not changed its outer shape to blend with its surroundings as
it's supposed to do, and still looks like a police box, which it does for
almost the entire series. This is just one sign that the TARDIS has a number
of faults, the most important of which is that it's navigation system is
unreliable, meaning that the Doctor cannot return Ian and Barbara to their own

The Doctor himself is simply called that, the Doctor. He doesn't reveal his
name, prompting Ian to ask the question "Doctor Who?" It's a question that's
never been answered in 33 years.