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EyePet sequel coming to PS3 later this year


11:00 PM on 04.08.2011
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Over on the PlayStation Blog, it has been announced that EyePet & Friends is currently being developed for a 2011 release on the PlayStation 3. New features for the game will include support for PlayStation Move and the ability to have two players (and two EyePets) at the same time. Additionally, players will be able to create their own content for the game in a new mode.

Those fuzzy bastards are pretty cute, probably cute enough to drive some sales of PlayStation Move controllers. And in families where there are two kids... Well, I guess we can all see where this is going. It's likely going to be a pretty good year for that controller.

EyePet is back and this time he's got company [PlayStation Blog]






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