E3 is a den of promises. Promises sell products. And according to the cynics of the world, promises are meant to be broken.
What do you do when you get tired of playing with your new pet? You buy it a friend! Sony takes this fundamental pet handling tip to heart in the sequel to its PlayStation Move powered virtual pet, EyePet & Friends.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has cancelled "a small number of projects" formerly in development across its British studios. The same studios that make games like WipeOut.
When I reviewed EyePet last year, I really put the game through its paces. Being a kids game, though, that's where I drew the line. These guys? I don't think they even have a line.
This is your guide to everything you need to know about the PlayStation Move: how it works, what it costs, and what games you can play on it.
There's not a whole lot you can do with the EyePet at this point to make it the sort of game I'd want to play.
Last year, Sony ruined Christmas in North America by delaying the adorable augmented-reality EyePet in order to make it ready for the PlayStation Move. Was it worth the wait? Producer Nicolas Doucet explains how Move changed the game.
With at least one potential game of the year exclusively nesting on the Playstation 3 and a price drop under its belt, the PS3 has had a pretty darn good year.
In controlled environments, Sony's EyePet had looked set to revolutionise the way we interacted with our games. But my house is not a controlled environment.
Holiday dreams shatter like delicate crystal unicorns across North America, as Sony confirms that the adorable little EyePet won't be making it home in time for Christmas.
Sony's given a release date and two pricing schemes for EyePet, its augmented-reality, cute widdle fuzzy wuzkins-ownership sim. North America gets it Nov. 17, price is $39.99 without PlayStation Eye, $59.99 bundled with.
Sony's interest in augmented reality gaming shows no signs of fading.
Dogs and cats are boring. Especially when you compare them to Sony's interactive EyePet. Sony Europe released a batch of fun and fuzzy images of its pet to fill your heart with warmth and love. Check out those costumes!
The box art for Sony Computer Entertainment Europe's EyePet recently made its way out to retailers—like Amazon.co.uk—a new branding treatment for PlayStation 3 games that downplays the console's previous branding. In particular, the "PlayStation 3" portion.
Here's a YouTube comment on PlayStation 3 EyePet that caught my eye last week: "Both are useless this and milo both stupid." Hints of a 21st century version of Sonic Vs. Mario, starring a Microsoft boy and a Sony pet?
Earlier this week we showed you Sony's PlayStation 3 EyePet in augmented-reality action. Today, I'll struggle to write words that are as impressive as that video.
Here, in the dulcet tones of our very own Stephen Totilo, is a narrated glimpse at the EyePet, the Playstation 3's camera-based augmented reality... pet?
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe's EyePet is one of the increasing number of games that's hard to go hands-on with. The augmented reality pet-simulation is played mostly by interacting with an adorable on-screen creature with little more than your hands.