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. The game’s look is one of its most remarkable features, and all in all it’s an utterly unique, worthwhile experience for PS3 owners to undertake.
Excerpt: Eyepet’s an oddity, a strangely off-centre release for a brand previously known for futuristic racers, hardcore first person shooters and driving simulators so real you can, metaphorically of course, smell the tarmac. That’s not to say Eyepet doesn’t have its place – it’s a game catering for a specific market, for sure, but it’s one that, at least in theory, fills a gap in the Playstation ethos.
Pros: Some of the new Move-only toys are quite fun, Much of the game is the same as before
Cons: Some odd UI choices spoil the overall experience
Excerpt: The Playstation Eye. This is the name given to the updated, Playstation 3 version of the Eye Toy. This was a fancy web cam for use with Sony consoles. The eye toy was in fact just an eye, but the Playstation eye is in fact a bionic version, with improved resolution, and an added ear (well, it’s got a built in microphone as well.).
Pros: Makes great use of Playstation eye, cracking fun for younger gamers,cheeper than a kitten or puppy
Cons: some motions have to be too precise for target audience, with low attention spans!