Eye of Judgment is Back!!

Summary: I know everyone else is thrilled about the PS3 slim or price drop, but for us EOJ fans, there is even a bigger news. No it’s not a joke, but it’s real.  There will be new EOJ!!

It sounds like the detail is still scarce; however, there will be EOJ on PSP.  That’s right PSP not PS3.

Questions yet to be answered are:

1. Will PS3 cards be usable on PSP?

2. Will PSP players be able to play against PS3 players?

3. Will there be new cards?

Despite the lack of detail information and not quite a EOJ 2 or Set.4 announcement, Sony is still working on it.  And who knows if PSP and PS3 versions are interchangable, then it will simply increase the number of players, which will result in continuation of the series beyond 311 cards!!

Source: http://www.joystiq.com/2009/08/18/eye-of-judgment-seen-on-psp/


10 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Josh on August 18, 2009 at 11:10 pm

    Now everyone will have a Blu-Ray player! Kind of like the PS One got everyone into DVDs!

    I can’t wait! Finally I can afford one! And only $299! Pre-Order on Amazon — http://bit.ly/UCP0h


  2. EOJ is going portable on
    the PSP. While it won’t be using the PS Eye and actual cards, the team has
    been able to fit the core game into the PSP so you can take the experience
    on the go. More details to come as the product gets further along but here
    are some current info below on our plans-

    • Game available on PSP as a PSN download only
    • Planned Release 2010
    • 1-2 Players
    • PSP version contains all PS3 cards + 30 new cards
    • Collect cards through beating your opponent
    • New cards can be added to the selection
    • Exchange cards through wifi ad hoc
    • “over 300 cards” to collect
    • New cards can be bought in the PS Store


  3. hope you can get the latest information on japanese websites ;), keep us updated!


  4. Posted by Houshasen on August 19, 2009 at 6:29 pm

    Thanks for the info LaTen,

    Though this is really exciting news, it’s kinda sad that all the cards that we collected seem to have no role with this.

    But I’m sure it would be great news for new starters.

    I wonder if those 30 new cards will be also released on PS3..


  5. Posted by IDIO on August 19, 2009 at 10:22 pm

    Same here


  6. Posted by luke75 on August 20, 2009 at 1:58 am

    i hope so as well ! please keep us updated houshasen ! let us discover the new cards thanks to your translations !!!


  7. Posted by Slarth on August 20, 2009 at 11:09 am

    Good to see that your still around & even better that the EoJ universe is still going on 🙂


  8. Posted by Matthew on August 21, 2009 at 10:55 am

    I agree with the others on here. In principal it’s great to see that the brand is still alive and kicking. On the flip side, it seems (on face value) to be giving the finger to those of us who invested our time (and a considerable amount of money) in making the PS3 version a success.

    There’s video here for those who’ve not already seen it:

    I grew to love the characters in the game so it’s really cool to see that they’ve not been forgotten but still, it’s such a shame that it seems to be another nail in the PS3 version’s coffin (as though another were needed).


  9. Posted by Paydak on August 22, 2009 at 4:29 pm

    I’m not sure how fun EOJ would be on a tiny PSP screen, but ok whatever. I can just buy the game and have all the cards opposed to making the big investment of buying playsets of paper cards for the PS3 version. Good deal.


  10. Posted by houshasen on August 31, 2009 at 9:06 pm


    True. I don’t care so much about the tiny screen part, but the one thing I like about EOJ is actual physical card with digital gaming. Feels like collecting card really means something. But that undoubtly was the big investment.

    What I hope to see is PSP version makes easier entry to the game and the make EOJ more popular. Once it becomes popular, people start getting interest in actual cards + game i.e. PS3 version. And have PS3 version continue to future expansions…


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