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: 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 their every action. He copies pictures you draw, and he purrs when you pet him! Now, after a spotty European release, it’s out as a showcase for the new Move motion controller.
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. Some kind of intelligent and friendly mythical monkey, this game turned the PS3 into a fully fledged animal pet simulator.
Excerpt: It’s taken it’s sweet time but Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s iconic masterpiece finally hits XBOX Live Arcade the way he originally intended it. It’s genre-defining yet no bugger bought it when it first arrived on Dreamcast and PS2. Here is your chance to experience the game in all its glory and ‘experience’ is fitting because you don’t just play Rez, you get inside it.