Doctor Who’s Sonic Screwdriver is pretty versatile. It can rewire an electrical control box, can open just about any door, can scan aliens and now it can also keep your neck warm when visiting cold planets.
This might piss off some of you hardcore Doctor Who geeks out there, but I have tried to watch the show and it is some of the worst TV in history in my opinion. I would put the suck factor right up there with the time my wife forced me to watch America’s Next Top Model, only worse because there are no hot models with Doctor Who.
Matt Smith, the 11th Doctor has been on the air for over a year now, and it’s high time for a replica of his sonic screwdriver to be made. Just like the Doctor changes bodies when he regenerates, the same thing happens to his tech.
If you’re a fan of Doctor Who and happen to have a Nintendo DS, you’re in luck. This new case for the DS not only comes emblazoned with imagery from the latest season of the Doctor (including Matt Smith, the 11th Doctor, surrounded by Daleks) but it comes with a handy stylus based on the Doc’s Sonic Screwdriver.
Are you a Doctor Who fan? Do you have a Nintendo Wii? Then you’ll be happy to find out that those swashbucklers at Nintendo came up with an official Doctor Who sonic screwdriver Wii-mote. Pass or want?
This will be a perfect addition to the upcoming Wii game Doctor Who: Return to Earth that will be released this winter – or is it?