Eye Of Judgment For Sony PS3 Video Review

Posted: Oct 13 2007, 12:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:20am CDT, in News | Technology News

Eye of Judgment for Sony PS3 Video Review
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IGN has published a detailed review of the upcoming Eye of judgement game for the Sony PS3 that comes with a Sony Playstation Eye camera.

The review contains a great video review demonstrating the card battle game/video game mixture.

Quote from the review: "Eye of Judgment, developed by Sony Computer Entertainment Studios Japan, is a card battle game that utilizes the PlayStation Eye in order to read playing cards, placed on a mat, and project the depicted creatures in 3D on the screen. The retail package will include the software, as well as the PlayStation Eye, camera stand, playing mat, starter deck and a booster pack. That's a fair amount of things to cover, but before we begin, take note: Eye of Judgment is a very unorthodox title, since it's not only a videogame but a completely independent card game as well."
Read the full review and see the video on IGN.

The Playstation Eye will also ship bundled in the Eye of Judgment game available for pre-order on Amazon.com for $69.99.

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