Articles tagged with: Eyepet
It’s just over a year since the launch of the PlayStation Move, and, in the last few weeks, a new wave of titles has been released for the motion controller. Two of these games are EyePet & Friends and Start the Party! Save the World, both of which are sequels to previous Move-enabled games.
So, how do they play?
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and believe us when we say that there are some incredibly talented teams included. We’ve now revealed sixty developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing ten more.
Do you plan on getting Move, but don’t want to also fork out on a bunch of new games? Then don’t worry because Sony’s got you covered.
As Move launches today in North America and the UK, we thought we’d compile a list of the games that have already been patched with Move functionality. We’ve also included information about where you can get the patch from, and other useful details.
George Fornay, president of Sony Computer Entertainment France has disclosed to Gamekyo that EyePet 2 is in production and that it is hoped it will be hitting shelves this year.
How it will differ from the first game is unknown at this point, but it is entirely likely that it will produce the same “aww, he’s so cute!” reactions like the first game did.
In an unexpected move, SCEA has delayed the North American release for EyePet till 2010.
The game which is due out in Europe on the 23rd of October, was announced yesterday to miss this holiday season.
Remember in our EyePet preview we revealed the system by which you can clean your rat monkey critter?
Well, now there is a video showing this off.
High quality cam footage from the floor at GamesCom 09 lets us all see the creature (and the game) being put through its paces in real time; no smoke and mirrors here. It’s at the end of the video, for the impatient out there.
With the likes of Project Natal and the motion controller making waves at E3 earlier this year, it seemed that EyePet took something of a back seat.
With all the smoke and mirrors that can be done with computers these days, it was with some trepidation that we recently sat down with the EyePet to see what the monkey-rat could really do when halfwits like us were in control.
Tamagotchi 2.0? The ultimate kid-friendly, odourless pet?
We’re at GamesCom in Cologne this year, and the first order of the day is to cover the much-anticipated Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Press Conference.
Whilst the rest of the Internet has been awash with rumour and speculation, as usual we at PS3 Attitude have bit our lips (and kept the ‘Drawer of Secrets’ locked), preferring instead to wait for the official word.
And now that word comes to you via our people on the ground, (almost) live from Germany.
We still can’t agree what the hell it is (we’re evenly split between simian, mammal and rodent) but, irrespective of genus, EyePet has been confirmed as invading North America in time for the upcoming festive season.
Speaking to Joystiq at a recent New York City event, Sony have allayed the fears of many over on that side of the Atlantic who had thought Europe might be the only region set to enjoy the furry scamp in 2009.
In just a few short weeks, we are going to have one of the biggest E3’s in quite some time. Sony are limbering up for a showdown of epic proportions, and doubtless the competition are taking a similar stance.
What do we reckon is lurking up the longest sleeves of the highest SCE bigwig?
Sony plans to shift their focus on the casual market according to SCEA hardware marketing boss John Koller.
Speaking to VG247, he highlighted that they believe they have â€œcaptured the hardcoreâ€ market for the PS3.