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PlayStation Eye

Console camera peripherals are often neat in theory, but fall flat in practice. Turns out that very few people actually want to use the damned things to try to control their games. But, what if they were only used to control...
The PlayStation 4 brought with it an unprecedented ease of streaming with the DualShock 4's share button, and when a massive wave of new users is mixed with ease-of-use there's a whole slew of new problems to watch out for. P...
Sony's PlayStation Eye support seemed to wane as the PlayStation 3 aged, but armed with the new features in the PlayStation 4's controller, it looks like the camera will be attempting a comeback, hoping to stay more relevant ...
Sony cut the PlayStation 4's camera leading up to E3 to help drive their console's price point to a cool $399. Meanwhile, the Xbox One has consumers subsidizing the Kinect with its $499 price point and weaker specs. According...


Daylight is the psychological horror title developed by Zombie Studios (and published by Atlus) that will be hitting PlayStation 4 and PC in 2014. After some hands-on time, I can honestly say that the game really did manage t...
Something Sony didn't go into great lengths to explain yesterday evening was the PlayStation 4 Eye. Today, Destructoid sat down with SCE Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida, who revealed some new information regar...
After the DualShock 4 leaks got out, I didn't give the new controller much of a look when it was shown off tonight during Sony's PlayStation conference. That might have been a mistake, though -- upon seeing these freshly-supp...
Following the PS4 press conference earlier today, Sony has sent out a press release with specifics on the DualShock 4 controller and the PlayStation 4 Eye camera. The light bar on the back of the new gamepad can change patter...
Wonderbook: Book of Spells will be out on November 13 for $39.99, just in time for Black Friday shopping madness. There will also be a bundle version available for $79.99 that will come with the game, Wonderbook peripheral, ...
Using the PlayStation Eye, the Wonderbook makes books come to life! Imagine reading a page about a dragon -- with Wonderbook, the dragon will fly off the page and, I don't know, set the curtains in your living room on fire? N...
For those that aren't familiar with the original ten month Roman calendar (which starred March as the first month of the year), let me translate for you. "Sextilis" is the ancient Roman way of saying "August". What I'm trying...
There's new downloadable content available for Yoostar 2: In the Movies in the Xbox Marketplace which allows players to replace Prince William and/or Kate Middleton in the first public kiss following their royal wedding....
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 ...
Considering you need a Move controller to play the upcoming PlayStation Move Heroes, it makes sense it would be bundled with Sony's motion controller, right? Well it is… at least at Toys R' Us. The retailer has the exc...
Recently Jon Carnage and I had the chance to check out Yoostar 2, a wild game that will put you into movies using Kinect for 360 and the PlayStation Eye for PlayStation 3.  Yoostar 2 uses the sensors of the Kinect and P...
When Sony announced that it would be releasing a motion controller for the PlayStation 3, no one was shocked. The success of the Wii had virtually guaranteed that Nintendo's competitors would start scrambling to enter the mot...
Microsoft is jizzing itself over Project Natal, with its claims that the human body is the only controller you need. Unfortunately for Microsoft, however, Sony was already doing that nonsense with the PlayStation Eye, and a n...
If you haven't noticed, the mean, green robot himself Mr. Destructoid and yours truly have launched a brand new video site. We've given it a fancy name and everything -- check it out now: Video.Destructoid. It's so yummy, ju...
This morning, Sony announced that it has pushed back the launch of the PlayStation “Motion Controller,” originally set for this spring, to the fall of 2010. Of course, this news surprises no one, because spring is...
Sony has finally given a bit more backbone to their new motion controllers that will be working with the Playstation Eye. Enough in fact that it is starting to sound much more like a viable gaming platform than a half-assed a...
At first, the PS3 Eye and the silly little PlayStation Network apps seemed cool, but they weren't cool enough for the $39.99 price tag. And then Eye of Judgement came along. And then SingStar PS3. Still tempted, but you're st...
I know what you were thinking when you were on the john this morning in-between the crossword puzzle and the Sports section in the newspaper. You were thinking, “Hey, I really need something other than Home to satisfy m...
I visited my friend's house last week, and he had just purchased all of the PlayStation Network PS Eye software. Granted, most of these "fancy screensavers" can't really be considered games, but I have found myself ...
This week's PlayStation Store update is pretty big, and it includes several new games, videos, and free add-on downloads. There's four downloadable games this week, and two of them require the PlayStation Eye. Trials of Topoq...
Yesterday we heard some new details on the upcoming Sony PlayStation Eye device, including a bit about the free downloadable editing/capture software called EyeCreate. The PlayStation Blog has been updated today with a few e...
The PlayStation Blog drops more info on the upcoming PS3 peripheral called PlayStation Eye. We already know that the camera comes packed in with the $69.99 Eye of Judgement bundle, but it will also be available as a stand-alo...
Get your scissors out for this one, folks: Sony has revealed the bundle package for the upcoming PlayStation 3 card-battle title, Eye of Judgment. The bundle will be packaged in that demonic plastic that requires scissors, yo...
Games Radar has a video clip of their experiences with the first Playstation Network title that uses the upcoming PlayStation Eye peripheral. Trails of Topoq lets players use bodily movements to push along a ball (marble...





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