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Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment Japan
Developer: Sony Computer Entertainment Japan
Genre: Live Puzzle
Players: 1-2 players
Platform: PLAYSTATION®3 system

The Eye of Judgment ™ sees the dawn of a new way to interact with the PLAYSTATION®3 system as an innovative game for the world of card games . Using the immense power of PLAYSTATION 3, and the ground-breaking technology of the next generation camera, players can now enjoy a totally new genre in gaming.

The Eye of Judgment presents a new style of gameplay where the player brings characters/monsters of fantasy trading cards to life for battle in 3D. Through use of a 3' x 3' board and trading cards - each encrypted with “cybercode”, players conquer the field by selecting a card and placing the “cybercode” in front of the next generation camera for their respective character to come to life and battle. Each character has various skillsets, which will determine the outcome of the battle. Players take turns to place cards as they jostle for control of the board; the winner is the first player to capture five of the nine squares. The Eye of Judgment presents the player with more than 30 cards, as well as unique online and offline gameplay.

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