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The Eye Of Judgement: Legends

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

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  Addictive Fantasy Card Battles

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Having been a fan of the Yu Gi Oh! card games over the years I was really looking forward to the release of this title. So far, I have not been disappointed. This game plays out on a 3x3 grid of fields as the other reviewer mentioned. I found the learning curve quite steep to begin with and had not realised you could spend mana during a turn to activate attacks as well as summon new creatures for battle!

Stick with it though as this is a really solid and intriguing game and does become very addictive. Some of the story battles can turn into really lengthy epic affairs.

It maybe some time before I return to Tagforce 4! Recommended to all card and strategy fans. Others may find it a bit too geeky!

  Legendary Effort

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Looking for a good strategy game?
Look no more as The Eye Of Judgment brings a wealth of it to your PSP.

The rules of the game is the first opponent to occupy 5 fields out of the 9 available, each field has a element tied to it being Wood,Earth,Water,Fire or Biolith (non element). The cards/monsters you use each have their own element too so for example if you put a fire monster on a fire element they will gain benefits from doing so, there is a whole range of attacks and unique skills for each monster which is where the strategy comes in to play. So if you chuck in over 300 cards in to the mix you can really create some unique decks.

Now if you have previously played the original game on the PS3 the rules and everything will be the same, Sony have adjusted some of the cards to balance them but online play and the joy of playing this game without having to get the PSEye out and set it all up is a real advantage as its as simple as just turning on your PSP and playing.

If you're new to this game then the rules are given in a handy and detailed tutorial at the start of the game which you can easily pick up the majority of the rules and get started.

What really sets this game apart from the previous entry is the fact they have introduced a storyline to the series which was a real want from previous players and I'm glad Sony listened as it further tells the story of the creatures you play with.

One last improvement is the cards you use are digital, in the previous game these were physical and actually cost you a fair bit of money to collect as the packs housed random cards, however this time you just simply collect them the more you play the game.

Overall if you're looking for something different and a real challenge then Eye of Judgment Legends will be right up your street.

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