Oct 23, 2007
Those who play fantasy card games need big imaginations. To normal folk they%26rsquo;re just people sitting round their kitchen table flipping cards at one another, but in their minds they%26rsquo;re mighty goblins and sexy elves taking part in epic mythical battles. But in The Eye of Judgment you don%26rsquo;t have to imagine your cards coming to life, because they do, in hi-def. How? Magic. Except by %26ldquo;magic%26rdquo; we mean %26ldquo;a small plastic camera attached to a stand that reads barcodes on cards.%26rdquo;
Anyway, when you buy the game your box of tricks contains a disc, a pack of cards with lots of different monsters on them, a plastic stand, a PlayStation Eye and a cloth playing mat with a three by three grid on it. Setting it all up is an absolute chore and calibrating the camera is simple. Then when you%26rsquo;ve sorted everything out it%26rsquo;s time to battle.