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 drawn to all of them at various gaming events in the past year. Unfortunately, I don't have a PlayStation Eye just yet.
Maybe we'll see the release of this new PlayStation Eye software bundle package we came across on Siliconera. This upcoming Japanese release comes with the camera, as well as a Blu-ray disc packed with Eye Create, Aquatopia, Operation Creature Feature, Tori-Emaki, Mesmerize, and my favorite, Trials of Topoq. Topoq, aside from being incredibly challenging, is quite creepy; imagine looking at several dozen images of yourself bending awkwardly into the camera.
The PlayStation Eye software package will cost 5,000 yen when it comes out on July 24 in Japan. I hope we see this, as I still need a PS Eye for Singstar PS3.
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