Excerpt: As the world’s first virtual card battle Eye of Judgment is nearly flawless in its execution—as close to perfection as can possibly be achieved. As addictive and endlessly fun a game it is, however, there’s more going on here, reaching beyond recent strides in online entertainment.
Summary: The Eye of Judgment blends realistic animations and helps cross the gap between paper playing gaming, which serves its purpose only through imagination, and a game which truly captures the essence of something on a camera which not even the brightest imagination can produce.
Pros: Realistic card gaming adventure, Great in-depth strategy play, Brilliant and addictive online play
Excerpt: Collectible card games and video games may seem at first glance to be entirely incompatible genres, but apparently SCE Japan scoffs at such judgments (no pun intended), and has decided to put the two together in a small arena and see what happens.
Summary: The Eye of Judgment presents a new style of gameplay where collectible trading cards are placed in front of the PlayStation Eye for their respective creatures to come to life in 3D and battle on-screen.
Excerpt: The Eye of Judgement is the most nerd-tastic game I've ever played. It appeals to a side of me that I regularly battle to keep from blurting out of my mouth down the pub. But it's there, fighting to be heard, in danger of humiliating me at the most inappropriate moments.
Excerpt: The Eye of Judgment looks and sounds pretty good. The graphics are full of interesting looking characters, particle-effecty spells and cool environments. The animated battle sequences are very pretty; pretty enough that I tend to leave them turned on, even though they generally slow down the...
Excerpt: Ever since the days of R.O.B. the Robot and the insidious Powerglove, peripherals have always gotten a bad rap in video games. Though recent offerings like Guitar Hero and DDR have turned the tables somewhat, a certain reluctance will always remain in pursuing these gimmicky, and often costly,...