Eye of Judgment shows its hand

One of the more unusual games making its way to PS3 is Eye of Judgment - a game that uses EyeToy magickery to transform a round-the-table hand of mythical-flavored card battling into an on-screen spectacle of swords 'n' sorcery.

And now developer Sony has shuffled us some photos to illustrate how the game is played. Click the Images tab above for the full deck.

Above: Once the cards are laid, you'll be able to sit back and watch the action play out on-screen.

It all looks pretty straightforward - place your cards on the special, rune decorated E of J mat, the watchful table lamp-style EyeToy registers what cards are laid and dutifully beams the data to your PS3. You then watch as the paper flat monsters are conjured on-screen in 3D and duke it out with opposing, fire-breathing foes.

Of course, until we've had a hands-on, we won't know how well the card registering technology works or, indeed, if the game's actually any good. We're guessing that playing in a clinically white room is entirely optional and that you will actually be required to turn your PS3 on. (Note to Sony: remember to power-up PS3 in future photo shoots).

Matt Cundy
I don't have the energy to really hate anything properly. Most things I think are OK or inoffensively average. I do love quite a lot of stuff as well, though.