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7.9 out of 10

The Eye of Judgement: Legends

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Overall 10
10

Excellent Game!!!!

Keeton Lockwood, Amazon
9 July 2014
  • Summary: Awesome game. I had to order this from the UK and it came in under one week. I like this version of the game because you do not have to buy the physical cards for the game and it is on the PSP which means it is portable so you can enjoy the game almost anywhere. If you enjoyed the Eye of Judgment for the PS3, then this is a must have game.
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Overall 10
10

Addictive Fantasy Card Battles

Paul3065, Play.com
26 March 2014
  • Conclusion: Having been a fan of the Yu Gi Oh! card games over the years I was really looking forward to the release of this title. So far, I have not been disappointed. This game plays out on a 3x3 grid of fields as the other reviewer mentioned. I found the learning curve quite steep to begin with and had not realised you could spend mana during a turn to activate attacks as well as summon new creatures for battle!
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Overall 10
10

Legendary Effort

Icarus, Play.com
26 March 2014
  • Conclusion: Looking for a good strategy game? Look no more as The Eye Of Judgment brings a wealth of it to your PSP.
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Overall 10
10

Addictive - bear with it!

Stephanie, amazon.co.uk
3 February 2011
  • Summary: I used to have the card game version for the PS3 but this plays much better. It is £20 in the PSP store to download so this is a bargain (you can download 3 premium card packs too for just over £1 each) As I had already played, the game was pretty easy to pick up.However for a first time player it may seem a bit confusing. As previous reviewer said, I would read up on the rules first.
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Overall 8
8.0

What I wanted and expected from a PSP version

I. Underwood, amazon.co.uk
16 March 2010
  • Summary: This is a reasonably deep turn-based strategy game based on the PS3 game of the same name (minus the 'Legends' subtitle). In essence, it is a collectable card game (like Magic the Gathering) that uses virtual cards. The main attraction for me, as a very casual player of the PS3 version, is that I can collect all (or at least a high percentage) of the cards just by playing the game (and, potentially, by trading with players over the network).
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