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The Eye of Judgment (PS3)

The Eye of Judgment (PS3)
alaScore 77

69 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 69 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay and design. The graphics and usability are also appreciated. Some have doubts about the story.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the The Eye of Judgment (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 77/100 = Good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analysed 13 user reviews of The Eye of Judgment (PS3) from The average user rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games on

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The Eye of Judgment (PlayStation 3)


If you like playing trading-card games with your friends, you'll appreciate Eye of Judgment's unique take on the genre.

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The Eye of Judgment


Baseball cards are not fun; baseball players hitting each other in the face with bats is fun. These must have been the thoughts of Richard Garfield when he created Magic: The Gathering. Almost fifteen years later Magic still stands at the forefront of...

As a card game The Eye of Judgment succeeds. As a video game it fails. It’s hard to say right now if it will ever really take off. A lot of great card games have come and gone (Rage, Jihad, Illuminati) and EoJ has a small group of people in it’s...


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The Eye of Judgment - PS3 review at Thunderbolt Games


Baseball cards are not fun; baseball players hitting each other in the face with bats is fun. These must have been the thoughts of Richard Garfield when he created Magic: The Gathering. Almost fifteen years later Magic still stands at the forefront of...

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The Eye of Judgment (PS3)


Okay, okay. It takes a big man to admit when he's wrong. Back when I first saw Sony's card game and camera combo in action, I thought the game was going to be PlayStation 3's equivalent of Pinocchio: little more than a wooden tech demo trying...

This review was based on a retail copy of the game purchased by Crispy Gamer.

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The Eye of Judgment


Eye of Judgment was revealed in a Sony press conference to the sounds of thousands of people saying "waah?" But super nerds the world over understood exactly what Sony was showing off. How many people who have played Magic: The Gathering have wished...

In the end, I feel Sony really delivered on Eye of Judgment. Much as nobody likes to describe a finished product as an experiment, that's really what this is. In turns of fun, depth, and simply creating a fun CCG experience, Sony absolutely succeeded....

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The Eye of Judgment Review


Sony's collectible card game may is innovative in its use of the Eye camera and ultimately fun.

At the end of the day Eye of Judgment is a decent collectible card game that can be picked up by players of all stripes in a relatively short amount of time. The game's mechanics as they relate to the eye itself can be clunky at times but the overall...

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The Eye of Judgment


A trading-card game like Magic: The Gathering except not a trading card game, a videogame, except not a videogame, a trading card game that requires a videogame system to play, except not just a videogame system, but also a videogame system peripheral...

Oh, to have been a fly on the wall during the meeting at which The Eye of Judgment was pitched.

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The Eye of Judgment


I admit, I'm not the biggest TCG fan in these parts. (I believe that honor falls to Frank?) That being said, Eye of Judgment still surprised me in that it was not only easily accessible, but more fun than just about every traditional TCG I've ever been...

The Eye of Judgment is a game made for a very specific crowd, and may bring in a few new gamers. Just don't go in expecting anything too revolutionary or complex.

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The Eye Has It


Sony's tech demo turned full game offers an interesting use for the camera, but only hardcore CCG nuts need apply.

And there is a ton of strategy in The Eye of Judgment, not just in constructing a proper deck (which, it should be noted, will almost certainly cost you a pretty penny; booster packs are only four bucks, but you only get eight cards, and they're...

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The Eye of Judgment


More than a gimmick, a real card game inside.

There's a leader board for rankings, and the top sections of the leader board have saved replays of past battles for the best players. This works a lot like Gotham TV or the Forza 2 leaderboards. I suspect that tournaments will also be scheduled and...

Product Specifications

Sony Computer Entertainment introduces a new concept in trading card games with THE EYE OF JUDGMENT developed exclusively for PLAYSTATION 3 computer entertainment system. Utilizing Hasbro and its Wizards of the Coast subsidiary's trading card expertise, the immense power of the PS3 system, and the PLAYSTATION Eye, Sony's groundbreaking next-generation USB camera for PS3, THE EYE OF JUDGMENT provides a visually stunning experience that adds a third dimension to the trading card game genre. Developed by Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios, JAPAN Studio, THE EYE OF JUDGMENT presents a new style of gameplay where collectable trading cards, embedded with a CyberCode, are brought to life in the 3D game through use of the innovative PLAYSTATION Eye. Players compete by selecting a card and placing the coded card in front of the PLAYSTATION Eye for their respective creatures to come to life and battle on screen. Players take turns placing cards as they jostle for control; the winner is the first player to conquer five of the nine squares of the "9 Fields" battle mat. The gamers task is to conquer the board by deploying their cards more skillfully than their opponent.


Elements:Miscellaneous - puzzle
ESRB Rating:Teen (13+)
Max Number of Players:2
Online Play: Yes
PEGI Content Descriptors:Violence
PEGI Rating:12+
USK Rating:Freigegeben ab 6 Jahren gem


Compatibility:Game console
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:The Eye of Judgment


Package Type:Retail


Game Console Compatibility:Sony PlayStation 3
License Category:Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 user
License Type:Complete package
Subcategory:Games - action / Games - massively multiplayer online games