Great to see Doc #3 kicking a** once again. Also, I liked the Cybermen here...THESE how how they outta look if you gotta update them. And imagine the potential this could be....take the surviving actors to voice their Doctors, and we can have new 'classic' stories and, possibly, see the lost stories back in this format, since the soundtracks to many of them are intact. ;D
Burninating the country side, burninating the peasants. Burninating all the people in their thatched roof cottages.... THATCHED ROOF COTTAGES!!!!!
They were put out during the '80s by Hayakawa Publishing, and were translations of the Target novelizations released during the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Here's a specific list of what I remember Hayakawa released:
The Doctor Who and the Daleks one you mentioned--the novel version of the 1st Doctor (William Hartnell) story "The Daleks"
Doctor Who and the Day of the Daleks--novel version of the 3rd Doctor (Jon Pertwee) story "Day of the Daleks"
Doctor Who and the Auton Invasion--novel version of the 3rd Doctor (Jon Pertwee) story "Spearhead from Space"
Doctor Who and the Cave-Monsters--novel version of the 3rd Doctor (Jon Pertwee) story "Doctor Who and the Silurians"
Doctor Who and the Doomsday Weapon--novel version of the 3rd Doctor (Jon Pertwee) story "Colony in Space"
There might be a few more, but that's what I remember the most. Also in the 80s, a Japanese company called Pony Video released subtitled versions of a few 4th Doctor (Tom Baker) stories:
Pyramids of Mars
The Robots of Death
Revenge of the Cybermen
...and that's all I remember. The New Series is pretty big in Japan, too.