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Hacked PlayStation Eye does desktop VR

Yeah, we know an extremely similar program using a Wiimote was shown off a little over a month ago (OMG SoNy riped of Nitendo!!), but Wiis are still pretty hard to come by -- that's why we're sure many of you will appreciate the hard work of Thomas Miller, who has created an immersive desktop...

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Intel predicts camera-powered, controller-free game system

While waggling your Wii remote around provides a decent approximation of natural motion, Intel predicts a future where cameras will provide highly accurate motion data to a game system. "We imagine some future generation of [Nintendo's] Wii won't have hand controllers," Intel Chief Technology...

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See PlayStation Eye used to customize games

Long ago, cynicism hardened the hearts of the Joystiq staff to lumps of coal (or in Ludwig's case, a conflict diamond), so it's hard for us to get too excited about anything. That said, we're almost certain we feel a few cracks in our ticker when we watch these videos of Sony R&D using the...

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Eye of Judgment cards can be copied, played

In one of those "Really? Did no one check this?" bits of news, it appears that the trading cards used to play Eye of Judgment with the PlayStation Eye can not only be copied, but those dupes can be used in regular play. Though the cards were supposedly printed with some sort of magical ink...

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American PSN store gets Spyro in update, Europe gets more

With just some wallpapers, trailers and PS Eye software, there's not a whole lot to crow about in the new PlayStation Network update if you live in America. (Check the list after the break if you don't believe us.) Sure, you can drop $5.99 to play Spyro the Dragon, and, yes, Spyro is a really rad...

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Joystiq review: The Eye of Judgment (PS3)

It's not uncommon for video games to feature gameplay dependent upon gimmicks and peripherals, from early 8-bit examples like Gyromite to more modern releases such as Guitar Hero and Dance Dance Revolution, each of which changed the gaming experience by altering how we interact with the games we...

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See the stop motion powers of EyeCreate

We wanted to send along this public service reminder that when the PlayStation Eye arrives on Oct. 23, it won't just be about magical cards that make monsters appear and your pride vanish. There's also a suite of media creation tools called EyeCreate that will be available for download. We...

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Tori-Emaki: Better known as 'that Okami-lookin' PS3 screensaver'

Tori-Emaki is an interactive screensaver in the vein of LocoRoco Cocoreccho for your PS3. Using the PS3's PlayStation Eye players spectators move a flock of birds around Okami-esque Asian paintings. We wish we could get some better video to showing how moving your hands works with the screensaver,...

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Joystiq hands-on: PlayStation Eye

One of the most interesting, and certainly most unique video games coming to the PlayStation 3 this year is Sony and SCE Studios Japan's Eye of Judgment, which combines elements of a physical collectible card game with that of a traditional video game for an experience that is, if anything, wholly...

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Burnout Paradise events, online focus confirmed

Burnout Paradise at E3 was something of a love/hate experience. On the one hand, its frenzied high-definition crashes and pyrotechnic displays reminded us why we love Criterion's visceral racing series in the first place. On the other hand, the demo was devoid of any of the modes popularized by...

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