The Eye of Judgment Media Update: Bundle Packshot and Screens

For a while there Sony’s PlayStation Eye-based digital card combat game The Eye of Judgment seemed to be all but forgotten about, but recently the title has started to generate a noticeable surge of buzz as its release approaches later this month (October 23rd). Games like Uncharted and Ratchet & Clank Future may be getting most of the hype, but The Eye of Judgment is right up there as one of the top PS3 titles coming out this fall/holiday season. Recently priced at $69.99, here’s a peek at the bundle packshot you’ll be seeing on store shelves in a few weeks time — it comes with everything you’ll need to get started, including the game, PlayStation Eye camera and stand, a battle mat and a starter deck and booster pack of cards.

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You’ve seen what the outside looks like, now take a closer look at the game itself in the following gallery of gorgeous new screenshots.

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