The Eye of Judgment review

  • Solid RPG gameplay
  • Watching monsters come to life
  • Finally mastering tactics
  • Takes forever to get going
  • More challenging than it looks
  • Could use some more depth

But when you finally get to grips with everything you realise that the core mechanics are actually pretty solid. It’s basically a turn-based RPG - the sort of thing you get in Final Fantasy - but controlled completely by cards. Summon up a monster by placing a creature card somewhere on the right section of the cloth mat, give it an action by placing an action card on top of it, or cast a spell with a pink spell card. The computer will do the same, and then your monsters fight. Elements also come into play. For example, summon a water beast on a piece of fiery terrain and it’ll be severely weakened.

More Info

Release date: Oct 23 2007 - PS3 (US)
Oct 26 2007 - PS3 (UK)
Available Platforms: PS3
Genre: Strategy
Published by: SCEA
Developed by: Sony
ESRB Rating:
Teen: Fantasy Violence
PEGI Rating:


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