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Eye Pet (PS3)

Eye Pet (PS3)
alaScore 83

116 reviews

Nov, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 116 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the gameplay and controls. The graphics and price also get good comments.

price, graphics, controls, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Eye Pet (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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EyePet Review for the PS3

 

No! No! Bad digital creature on the TV!

Entertaining as a toy; Great for kids

Lacking in content; Technical difficulties

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EyePet

 

Who needs flesh and blood when you can enjoy virtual animals?

This would all go by quickly if the game didn’t stop you from playing after a certain point, but the limitations reinforce EyePet’s emotional hook rather than making the game feel artificially lengthened. The little guy gets tired, dirty, and hungry....

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EyePet Review

 

Okay, maybe it's just because I've been inundated with "cute" for the past week. I've got Atelier Rorona sitting here - which features a "cute" anime style, as fans of the series would expect - and I just completed reviewing Blade Kitten, which...

That being said, the interaction between yourself and EyePet is tremendously accurate and responsive, and I think that's what counts most. And because of the Eye camera, the game isn't just reading the movement of your hand; it will also read your...

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EyePet

 

Ah, the humble Tamagotchi. So many lives were lost to one of the most despicable fads ever to grace the hands of the fashion conscious prepubescents of the nineties. These charmless pixel pets were the very bane of my primary school life, only to...

There is fun to be had in EyePet and the motion technology is admirable, but, as with the majority of PlayStation Eye games, it is little more than a short lasting sugary novelty.

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EyePet- PS3

 

Before the Wii, Sony brought casual motion-controlled gaming to the masses with EyeToy. Unfortunately, Sony never really capitalized on it and is only now scrabbling to make use of its camera per...

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PS3 Review – EyePet

 

The PlayStation Eye has been rather neglected since its launch several years ago, receiving no where near the same level of support as its multi-million selling predecessor, the Eye Toy. With only a few PlayStation Network titles and The Eye of...

We've had the chance to care for, and play with our furry new EyePet. Is EyePet worth a purchase or does it need more training before you let it into your home and your hearts? Find out inside...

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Eyepet

 

It was once the case that the PS3 was a big boy's toy. The domain of grown men with too much money to spare. Now with the release of LittleBigPlanet last christmas the console has taken on a more family-friendly air. This time it's Eyepet, a virtual...

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EyePet

 

How cute… kill it!

A pretty clever idea ; Entertaining minigames ; Sure is darn cute

Cuteness won't win over everyone ; Some bizarre games ; Not really much of a game at all

That isn’t to disparage what is in actual fact a pretty clever idea well implemented. Using a combination of the PlayStation Eye and a multipurpose square of cardboard you interact with the little critter in various ways. These range from the...

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EyePet Review

 

A Tamagotchi with Minority Report styled controls; surely a reason to dig out that PS Eye...

EyePet provides a companion that won't die if you forget to feed it, won't pee on the rug, or require incessant attention. It's better then the attention-craving Tamagotchi in this respect but lacks the impulse of Nintendogs. But like a Tamagotchi,...

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EyePet Hands-On

 

We got our first experience of Sony's adorable virtual pet and met the developers behind the game.

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