Excerpt: One of the coolest things about Family Friendly Gaming is we tell it like it is. Not everyone enjoys the truth when it gets in the way of their progress or profits. On the flip side we admit when we were wrong about something. We have been negative about the Playstation Move.
Excerpt: EyePet Move Edition is a title with enough charisma to keep you coming back to its charming range of activities (and lovable pet) day after day. On the whole it’s a user-friendly experience which implements motion control in a non-intrusive manner.
Excerpt: No! No! Bad digital creature on the TV! Once, I wondered why parents would refuse to get their children a puppy. My family has had two dogs and there were never any serious issues. Then, in high school, I puppy-sat for some friends. The first thing it did was pee on the floor.
Pros: Entertaining as a toy, Great for kids, Lacking in content, Technical difficulties, Can't
Excerpt: EyePet is a unique motion controlled game by the folks at Sony’s London Studios. EyePet was originally released in Europe bundled with just the PlayStation Eye camera peripheral that allowed for motion sensing gameplay similar to titles that used Sony’s last generation motion camera the EyeToy.
Excerpt: You thought it was all over, you thought it was safe. You thought the weird little monkey creature had gone or was at least trapped in his box collecting dust on some shelf somewhere. But you thought wrong, because The monkey’s back!
Excerpt: When EyePet was first shown off at Sony’s summer press event in 2008, it looked like a potential killer app for Sony’s floundering PlayStation Eye camera. It also looked too good to be true; the video showed a horrific little Monchichi clone scampering about on a family’s television, responding to...
Excerpt: Just released over a year ago, the EyePet targeted the casual game and more specifically children which allowed them in interact with this strange furry creature, thanks to the PlayStation camera in this virtual pet game.