167w ago - SCEA Marketing Specialist Brian Chou has made available a video and announced that The Eye Of Judgement Legends hits PSP today on PSN.
To quote: Thanks to everyone who has been reading Kumi's posts about The Eye Of Judgement Legends.
I'm here to announce that the wait is finally over, as the game becomes available for download on PlayStation Network today, March 11! Enjoy the ultimate digital card game experience for the PlayStation Portable system everywhere you go.
As mentioned previously, The Eye Of Judgement Legends features game play based on digital cards that players collect, trade, and use to battle against others.
Fans of the PlayStation 3 system hit, The Eye Of Judgement Legends, will enjoy updated card balancing and new strategies, as well as the ability to easily carry your entire digital card collection with you to build the perfect deck on the fly.
There are over 300 cards to collect, including Rare and Ultra Rare cards to build more unique battle decks! Plus there's an all new Story Mode created exclusively for the PSP version, where you'll unfold an epic journey to save the world from the evil Biolith king, Scion.
169w ago - SCEA Producer Kumi Yuasa has revealed that beginning today The Eye Of Judgement Legends PSP demo will be available for free on PlayStation Network.
To quote: I'm back here to tell you that the free demo is available today on the PlayStation Store. So be sure to download it and start playing!
Once again, The Eye Of Judgement Legends is a digital card-based game that lets you collect, trade, and battle magical creatures on the move that combines card trading, magic, and adventure with the freedom to play wherever players want. Today, I'd like to inform you about the details of two exciting features!
Story Mode: Yes, there will be Story mode in the PSP version! Story mode is the core single player mode in THE EYE OF JUDGMENT LEGENDS. The story contains an intricate plot and is divided up into a series of chapters.
In the demo, you will get to experience the first three chapters of the story mode. If you play all three chapters, it will unlock a rare demo-specific card which can be carried over to the full game, so make sure to play all chapters!
Multiplayer Mode: Both Ad Hoc and Infrastructure modes are supported in the full game. In Ad Hoc mode, you can enjoy head to head battles with other players and trade game cards.
178w ago - SCEA producer Kumi Yuasa has announced that the The Eye of Judgement Legends is heading to Sony's PSP handheld, as follows:
I'm here to introduce one of the newest fantasy titles to you, made especially for the PlayStation Portable system, THE EYE OF JUDGMENT LEGENDS.
Much like the earlier version we released on the PS3, THE EYE OF JUDGEMENT LEGENDS is a digital card-based game that lets you collect, trade and battle magical creatures on the move that combines card trading, magic and adventure with the freedom to play wherever players want!
Available as a download only from the PlayStation Store in Spring 2010, THE EYE OF JUDGMENT LEGENDS will be the perfect way to capture any gamer's imagination wherever they are!
THE EYE OF JUDGMENT LEGENDS on the PSP packs a vast world of magic, mystery and battles into the palm of your hands. At its heart are more than 300 digital trading cards, over 30 of which are brand new to the franchise! What makes it even more portable is that the card collecting experience from the PS3 hit has been streamlined, no longer requiring the PlayStation Eye peripheral nor physical cards to be carried along with you.
The PSP version's digital cards can be earned by playing through the game, traded wirelessly from one PSP to another,...
291w ago - Now you can judge the game for yourself.
Today Sony announced The Eye of Judgment, its fantasy card game that makes use of the PlayStation Eye, has shipped to retail outlets. Developed with the input of Wizards of the Coast, makers of Magic: The Gathering, Judgment allows players to combat opponents around the world through the PlayStation Network.
"Wizards of the Coast brings experience and credibility to the table as the market leader in the collectable card game industry," said Jeff Reese, director, software marketing, Sony Computer Entertainment America. "Combined with the immense power of PS3 and the new PlayStation Eye camera, we collectively looked to deliver a revolutionary spin on the trading card game genre. The ability to visually interact with cards built around a new franchise will bring in core trading card fans and video gamers alike."
The Eye of Judgment comes bundled with the Eye for $69.99, and includes the battle mat, a camera stand, a starter deck of 30 cards, and an eight card booster pack. Additional booster packs can be purchased from retail stores for $3.99. Sony is planning to expand the card game on a regular basis.
294w ago - Sony released the final box art for their new card-based game, The Eye of Judgment. Make note: Judgment has one "e" in this game. The bundle pack is above, and you can see a bigger image the box art after the jump.
I got a chance to play the game a bit at Digital Life and it works very well. The game utilizes the PlayStation Eye to read cards put onto the gaming board. Depending on where and which direction you place the card determines the actions taken. The graphics and video grabbed by the PlayStation Eye are both overlayed on the screen, which surprisingly works very well.
Where I see an issue with the game is online play. The bundle you purchase comes with a starter deck and one booster pack. For those of you who never played a card based table game, this isn't going to get you very far against real people. Sony and Hasbro will be selling additional decks for the game. While being optional, if you do online with just the starter deck, you're going to get your taint handed to you. We're looking to get more information from both companies on how they will address this issue and we'll get back to you.