Monday, September 6, 2010

Doctor Who Video Game Accessories


BLUE OCEAN ACCESSORIES TO LAUNCH OFFICIAL DOCTOR WHO
Wii AND DS PERIPHERALS IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS


Blue Ocean Accessories today confirmed that they are collaborating with BBC Worldwide to produce a range of branded video game accessories for the Nintendo DS and Wii based on the hit TV franchise Doctor Who. These will hit the streets October 2010. As revealed HERE, games for the consoles will be released next month.


There will be six Doctor Who accessory packs featuring official artwork of Matt Smith as the Doctor and Karen Gillan as Amy Pond. Fans of the franchise will be delighted to hear that they will also be creating sonic screwdriver stylus controllers inspired by the show. A further three accessory packs will be produced as retail exclusives.

11 comments:

K said...

They look amazing! Especially the one with Matt and the new Daleks.

I can't wait to get the DS version of the game.

spaciireth said...

Eee! I can't wait!

HazzW said...

The Sonic becomes even more like a magic wand...

Anonymous said...

They had better make these available in the U.S.!! I am geeking out right now.

Canadian Trekker said...

Those freaking cool!!

Hope they will be availble in Canada!!!

Chris said...

I love the stylus. It looks pretty cool. The full on Wii controller looks pretty decent too. Very excited for these games and peripherals. Hopefully they get released out here in the US.

peyton said...

good news anonymous! Wii remotes are universal so even if they're not in the US you can still import it! :) Screw the games I'll take the screwdriver but the games still need to come Stateside

Gavin Bollard said...

Does anyone else with a filthy mind think that the packaging of the Karen Gillan one looks a bit like a certain female product.

Ok, it probably IS just me...

Anonymous said...

Two questions; one, where can i get one, just a url... and two, does it work on other wii games, eg. wii sports?

MadAdam81 said...

Anon - it will be a proper wii mote that can be used for any Wii game. It might look weird having a motion+ connected to it though.
If it doesn't get released in Aus, I'll be buying one over the Internet from the UK.

Gavin said...

Gavin - Nope, you're right on the money-shot (LOL). That packaging with Karen Gillian is fantastic and I think the BBC should seriously be looking at an alternative product line for the Ann Summers chain.