- The PlayStation Eye is garnering a bit of attention with the upcoming Eye of Judgment card game -- it's the first game that uses the PlayStation Eye past the point of taking video or pictures. Following on its heels comes another PlayStation Eye based game called Operation Creature Feature. The title is very literal -- it features pear-shaped creatures -- yet oddly fails to convey what the game is all about: The "operation" involves guiding these Blurbs through single-screen obstacle courses of varying difficulty to a shining destination portal by waving your hands.
Blurbs are attracted to motion, you see. And at a pre-TGS press event, we got to try our hand at saving blurbs, one hand swipe at a time. They sit there like lumps until you wave your hand around, at which point they float around your hand, as if it were a magnet. However, these Blurbs are fickle beasts; you lose them if you move too fast, and they seem to bounce around according to some strangely designed physics. It's frustrating when you motion for a blurb to enter the portal, only to have it fly in the opposite direction.
Each level gets progressively harder, as well as its own theme. The themes aren't just for visual variety, either; each level looks to have its own type of unique obstacles. And regardless of what level you play, the course...