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Eye of Judgment

by Sony
Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
72 customer reviews
Metascore: 75 / 100
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  • Unique ‘Augmented Reality’ visuals for enhanced gaming experience
  • Customize a deck with over a hundred different creature and magic spell cards. Each unique card features different abilities and attacks
  • Easy to learn card play mechanics combined with advanced deck strategies
  • Battle in a variety of single-player and head-to-head modes
  • Log on and join the competitive arena of online play
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Product Description

The unique combination of the power of the PlayStation®3, the engineering behind the next generation camera, innovative ‘cybercode’ technology takes video games and the trading card game (TCG) genres and combines them into one revolutionary gaming experience.

"Augmented Reality"—like scenes from sci-fi movies, play a game with 3D generated images super imposed in real world environments. Simply place a trading card with ‘cybercode’ technology underneath the next generation camera and watch a generated creature appear. The PlayStation®3 and the next generation camera recognizes the ‘cybercode’ and reads creature type, orientation, tracks movement and calculates gameplay maneuvers in real-time.

Simple gameplay mechanics:

  • Create a deck from hundreds of different creatures cards and magic spell.
  • Strategically place one card on the 3x3 grid.
  • Watch cards come to ‘life’ and battle against your opponent’s cards.
  • Alternate turns and react to your opponents moves.
  • First person to occupy 5 squares wins the game.

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  • ASIN: B000R3BLAI
  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 9.8 x 1 inches ; 1.7 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 24, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,093 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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60 of 65 people found the following review helpful By J. Noriega on October 31, 2007
Ok so I was pretty down on this game when I read about it. First I have never been in CCG games(collectible card games I think?). Although I applauded SONY for the idea, I never planned to get the game myself. However because it came with the PSEYE (EyeToy camera v2) and I saw it on a pre-order sale on Amazon for 59.99, I snatched it up. It also comes with a starter pack (30 cards) and a random booster pack (8 cards) both which are worth $15 and $4 respectively. The PS EYE cost $39.99 which in total comes out close to 50 dollars in value without the game! Then you have the camera stand and the mat and you can see why this game is a steal at $60 and extremely well priced at 69.99. Of course it can add up to much more than a hundred if you're a serious card collector

Anyway so on to my story, I am still learning the game but I can honestly say I am hooked. My brain cannot stop thinking of strategies, which reminds of of the days I used to be addicted to Age Of EmpireII. A Few matches in and the whole day is gone! Its scary actually and I am afraid this game will take over and leave me no time for SingStar and Uncharted during the holidays :(

Well, I have to say this is a great little package to an addictive card game which is best played with friends. Even if you never tried these types of card games before you should give this one a try. The battle system is deep and adds randomness to card choice which will be immediately clear when you start playing. In other words don't worry too much about not having the best cards. Playing online, I have seen some crazy cards out there in the wild which may clean your wallet due to jealousy since you will be buying up crazy amounts of booster packs!

If you want to play with me my PSN Id is PistolGrip. Add me!
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Digvijay Lamba on October 31, 2007
I am no fan of Collectible Card Games with little time or patience for them. I however, desperately wanted a Playstation Eye and decided to get this pack to get it early.

I tried the game and I am absolutely hooked. I have been playing against the computer for a while and have finally started winning a bit. Have already unlocked two new packs for the computer.

I am going to dock a point overall because of the need to buy new cards. I haven't needed them as yet but I am guessing that in the future it will be impossible to win with the standard deck.

Overall, for those who haven't tried a CCG .. this is a cheap way to start and you get the Eye which is a must have for the PS3.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Brian on November 5, 2007
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This is, by far, the most enjoyable PS3 game I have played. The concept is original (at least to the game consoles), the graphics are wonderful and most importantly, the thing is a blast to play. It's definitely going to be a "must have" for card game collectors (Magic, Star Wars, VS, etc.) but I think the game will ultimately do just as well with other gamers. Everyone who watched my friend and me play eventually asked, "Can I play the winner?"

The keys to this game is the depth of the game itself (learned quickly but hard to master) and the ability to play against the computer, against a friend in the room or over the Internet.

What rocks most about this game is that it will evolve as new cards are created and/or new rules are added through software updates. Now THAT is a game with replay value. The appeal of most games lasts for a few months (you either beat it or see everything it has to offer), but EYE is a game I believe most owners will be playing for YEARS to come.

I HIGHLY recommend this game to families. I love it, and my young son and teen daughter are now hooked too. How many PS3 games offer that kind of broad appeal?
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Azy on November 4, 2010
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Marking this so low simply for the false advertising in the pictures. This item shows it packaged with the camera and cards, however it is just the game. No camera, no cards, total waste of time.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Michael Flores on October 31, 2007
I just received my Eye of Judgement. I have to say that it is amazing. I couldnt believe the cards are recognized immediately. If you enjoy card games like Magic I think you will love this adaptation. The idea of using and obtaining fields adds more of an element of strategy to the game. Now you not only have to think about creatures but also how and where you place them. When you play a spell the animation is great and the sound effects are so much fun. You actually feel like a sorcerer playing a spell. I know that sounds silly but believe me its an experience!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Sean on October 4, 2010
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The images associated with the 'Eye of Judgment' game-only (no the camera, stand and mat) show it including them. If you are looking for those make sure you order the bundle.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By al on February 4, 2008
This game is great fun and involves very much depth of thought and some practice to get good at. I picked mine up a few nights ago and had to go back for more cards tonight so my buddy could play too. Beware of this - if you plan to play with anyone else you have to buy another full deck or enough boosters to build another 30 card deck. I dont find the starter deck too weak just not as interesting as the themed sets available. I would reccomend getting extra cards pretty soon after buying the game as they make it a lot better.

I have never been a huge fan of card games because they required a bit too much imagination to be fun to me. The battle scenes and the way the cards come to life fill the gap that made me not like ccg's. This game sorta reminds me of the yu-gi-oh or however you spell it cartoon tv show. The expansion and booster packs keep things interesting and give you some cool cards and options.

No issues with my eye- but I did follow the directions! And the room is medium in terms of light.

It is a little involved learning everything but anyone who can play chess should be able to understand this-eventually.
As others mentioned this game will become a obsession and eat up much free time. I was up till 4 my first night. It is very addictive- be warned. Just as much as guitar hero if you ask me.

I really like the playing with others aspect if you can find a friend who will get into it. I don't even care about playing a card game online because I'm sure lots of people will and do cheat like crazy. It is best enjoyed with a good friend. Online might be cool with a honest friend.

Only downside to me is all the money I will have to spend to get all the cards I want, but as much as we enjoy this it will be used for a long time to come.
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