Gamespot shows a stage demo of the PS3 card game The Eye of Judgment.
This is gonna be awesome if they make it for yugioh =D..
Haha I've been saying that for a while now. I think it will come in the future.
i used to play yugioh b4, but i quit. Anyway it's going to be fun if they make it for chess. I love chess.
im still looking foward for this game
So it's official now? She just said $110... not sure if it's US Dollars though o0
She didn't quote any price. When the someone asked the question she said they were still evaluating the price.
where did u hear that hahaha
pokemon would make this sell quick times - even if they get marvel overpower that would be wicked aswell.
and i dont see how companies like pokemon and yugiho would take this to make more money on the card side.
itll be intresting to see how much sony goes after these companies to get them to do pokemon etc etc
great concept and im sure it will be fun
but that interview was like watching paint dry
People that watch those cartoon card shows always wanted to be able to play like that. I think this is a great ideal how your card comes to life. I think this is going to be big especially if they keep bring new content
I've been paying attention to this game for a while now and being even a casual fan of the occasional card game (mostly magic: the gathering), I have been waiting for an interactive experience to sit down with. I think this would really work well with a series such as Yu-Gi-Oh, as the TV show already paints it as what the visual aspect of this game is achieving. To me, this is more unique than what Nintendo is doing with their peripherals like the "WiiFit" or that light-gun contraption they have that is basically extensions of existing control schemes. I hope this game takes off because it would be interesting to see what avenues this technology goes down.
Now all we need is a pricing scheme and we'll be set.
wish it was more then just two players at a time, I've NEVER NEVER, played a card game in my life, and this looks interesting, but I feel like I'd get owned everytime I play.
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