A video of PS3 Addict playing with the Eye of Judgment creatures with a Playstation Eye webcam. These guys look like they're alive in your hands.
that was cool I would buy it just to smack them around lol.
they byte! :D
That was pretty cool
I love the way that you interact with the cards, the playability is awesome, the strategy too, thx to Sony, Hasbro and WOtC for this lovely game :D
in fact, all card games are lame. But its interesting to see how the eye is being used as well as dynamic animation.
If you think that all the card games are lame it is "your" fact. I don't believe so, i love TCG like MtG, i believe that they are a really nice hobby.BTW it's not dynamic animation its a realtime interactive 3D game with a deep gameplay, and strategy. Better try it out then say how lame it is duh? Wow and i was thinking that the people overreacted at your posts .. now i see they was right ... sadly
on Smack my bi%ch up.. lol
If you don't like card games, this won't completely change your mind. But if like em, then this absolutely rocks and I've been having a brilliant time with mine. I've got 75 cards already, but the urge to get them all is almost over powering! Love it!
Who needs a Wii when you got a motion censor HiDef webcamera for the PS3. I hope they support it really better than they did for the eyetoy. There are videos of other projects that utilize the cameras motion censors. It would be great if we could use the camera to operate the XMB. Home will use it of course so that should be cool. I will be buying EOJ very soon. PSN: stennex. Try test me.
This is a good thing to do if you are showing the game off to someone or if you have got a new card and want to register it. Other than that the monster in the hand trick gets dull after a few attempts. Its one hell of a game though :o)
Then he can complain about how frustrating it is to play a card game with cards.
How did he do that? I have the game and i dont know how!
Go to Card Profiler and hav fun :)
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