The Eye of Judgment review video (PS3)

27 October 2007
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The Eye of Judgment for PS3The Eye of Judgment is a unique combination of strategy card game and battle, played out with real cards and the use of the next-gen EyeToy camera. The PS3 game presents a new style of gameplay where the player. Through use of a 3′ x 3′ board and trading cards — each encrypted with “cybercode” — players conquer the field by selecting a card and placing the “cybercode” in front of the EyeToy camera for their respective character to come to life and battle. Each character has various skillsets, which will determine the outcome of the battle. Players take turns to place cards as they jostle for control of the board; the winner is the first player to capture five of the nine squares. The Eye of Judgment presents the player with more than 30 cards, as well as unique online and offline gameplay.

The original release package of Eye of Judgment comes bundled with everything needed to get started on your PlayStation 3 system: the Eye of Judgment, the next-generation PlayStation Eye camera, the Eye of Judgment camera stand, a 3×3 playmat, one starter deck of 30 cards and a booster pack (5 random additional cards.)

Card sharks who’ve been holding their cards for a definitive console collectible card game experience need look no further than this game. Watch The Eye of Judgment video review.


To quote the video review: “As if card games weren’t enough of a niche market, a video game like The Eye of Judgment complicates matters by seeping into an even deeper crack within that crevice. But for what it’s worth, the game is a steal–especially if there’ll be more use to come of the packaged camera in the future. Card sharks who’ve been holding their cards for a definitive console collectible card game experience need look no further than this game.”

Design — 8.4
Gameplay — 8.2
Presentation — 8.1
Overall — 8.3

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