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EyePet and Friends - PlayStation 3 Standard Edition

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Everyone

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  • Tantalize your furry friends with exciting new toys, including a laser pointer, trick stick and more, and play all-new game challenges and activities together
  • Train your pets to perform amazing tricks that will wow your friends and family
  • Design your own toys and adorable custom-made outfits in the Creativity Center
  • Earn Pet Tokens for being a superb pet owner to unlock new content that will help your pet progress
  • Share all of your pet's proudest moments and swap stories with all of your EyePet-owning friends on the new EyePet online community
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Product Details

  • ASIN: B004VQDA06
  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 1.5 x 17 cm ; 104 g
  • Release Date: Nov. 15 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,618 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)

Product Description

Amazon.ca Product Description

EyePet is coming to your house and, this time, he's bringing a friend. Using the PlayStation Eye camera and PlayStation Move motion controller, you'll play with and nurture multiple EyePets for endless hours of mischievous fun.

From Amazon.ca

It was love at first sight when you first met EyePet, that cute and cuddly creature from a virtual world. He quickly won the hearts of all your friends and family — even your cranky old dad — and they all wanted to join in the fun. Now, your smart little buddy is back — and he's brought a new pet playmate for you to love, nurture, play with and, yes, maybe even share with Dad. Clear the living room floor and get ready for action as EyePet & Friends come bounding back into your living room for all-new fun and games.

Eyepet & friends
play all-new game challenge
play all-new game challenge
Design your own toys
Design your own toys
For 1 to 2 players
For 1 to 2 players

Synopsis

EyePet, just like a real pet, depends on you to keep him happy, healthy and growing strong. Now, with two little furballs on your hands, you've got an even bigger job. Use up to two PlayStation Move motion controllers (not included) to feed, nurture and entertain your pets, or hand one of them off to a friend or family member for a little help, and earn Pet Tokens for doing a great job. You love to dress up your EyePet, and this time, you can bedazzle him with outfits and toys of your own design as you craft them in the Creativity Center. A whole new toy chest offers plenty of new play options, including a laser pointer your pets will love to chase and a trick stick that will keep playtime fun. Plus, a variety of new games to play, activities to explore and tricks to teach are sure to keep you on your toes for nonstop fun. At the end of the day, you'll want to share all of your fun pet-filled memories, and it's easier than ever now that you can log on to the all-new EyePet community and hang out with other EyePet lovers. If you thought that one pet was fun, get ready for double the trouble as your PlayStation pal brings along some new furry Friends.



Key Features:

  • Tantalize your furry friends with exciting new toys, including a laser pointer, trick stick and more, and play all-new game challenges and activities together
  • Train your pets to perform amazing tricks that will wow your friends and family
  • Design your own toys and adorable custom-made outfits in the Creativity Center
  • Earn Pet Tokens for being a superb pet owner to unlock new content that will help your pet progress
  • Share all of your pet's proudest moments and swap stories with all of your EyePet-owning friends on the new EyePet online community
  • For 1 to 2 players
  • Make all-new memories with your favorite furry friend — and even more cute companions — in this fun follow-up to the original EyePet
  • Bring your animal friends home using your PlayStation Eye camera (required, not included) to virtually project the EyePets into your home
  • Nurture and play with two cuddly pets at the same time using up to two PlayStation Move motion controllers (not included)


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By Kelly on May 29 2012
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My children love this game and it was a great buy for my family ! Its a great game for children on the ps3 move
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By Mathiew Lacroix on May 15 2015
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Parfait etat merci
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Amazon.com: 43 reviews
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
The kids LOVE this game! Dec 19 2011
By Proud Veteran's Wife - Published on Amazon.com
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I just bought this for my kids! I have three children 11 year old son, 5 year old daughter, and a 2 year old daughter. They all LOVE this game! First I need to start off by saying the set up was a pain! Maybe because we were doing it at night and the lighting was not perfect? I'm not sure what the deal was but it took FOREVER for it to locate our floor. After we got past the section of finding the floor the rest was pretty easy. Some of the options were not easy to manage. For example my 5 year old wanted to change the pet's color fur, and some of the options or settings you would pick would not work. Then again some of those things could be that we are just not that used to this system yet. My 2 year old loved petting the animal with her hands, as she's not really old enough to use the controller. Both my 11 year old and 5 year old have been having fun playing games, drawing, dressing and changing the look of the eye pet. I got this game at first because there are not a lot of girl games for the PS3 and I thought this was one my daughter would love. It seems to be a good mix for all ages, and genders. Like I said my son has been having fun, he's been giving the pet a mohawk and such. I enjoyed playing the game myself, and thought it was good wholesome entertainment the family could enjoy. I would recommend this game!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Can't play 2-player mode due to BUGS Jan. 1 2012
By bsd107 - Published on Amazon.com
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My kids both played, and loved, the first EyePet game. They were excited to receive EyePet & Friends as a present as they always wanted to be able to play together at the same time.

Unforunately, EyePet & Friends has been a HUGE disappointment. The same exact Move setup, with identical bright (or dim) lighting that works for the original EyePet game will NOT work for EyePet & Friends in 2 player mode.

At the beginning of the game, you calibrate the controllers, and then need to scan an egg for health and then it will hatch. In TWO player mode, the health scanners simply do not work. Neither egg can be scanned for health, and the game is just stuck in a loop where the instructions to scan the egg just keep repeating. The game is physically tracking the move controller properly, but it does not activate the actual scanner. However, in ONE player mode, the scanner works immediately and the game proceeds as planned.

This bug has also been reported on the European Playstation offical forums, but this bug has NOT been fixed as of 1/1/2012.

Unfortunately, as the whole point of this game for my kids was to play together in TWO player mode, and this mode simply does not work, I cannot recommend this game at all.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4 yr old loves it July 7 2012
By DHotep - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm 34 and I play console video games regularly. I would have no interest in playing this by myself, but it is a good game to play with children. My 4 year old loves it and it is a great introductory game for young kids (simple controls, easy to understand tasks).
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Lots of fun, not sure about staying power Jan. 3 2012
By E. Borah - Published on Amazon.com
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I've got four daughters -- the oldest turns 12 this month, and the youngest is 5. After just a day of playing, they're entranced. I'm just wondering how long that will last.

Great intro video, and nice introduction to the pet, "hatching" it and playing games that require you to use your hands, not the Move controller. That was actually a source of frustration, as the kids wanted to use the controller (we just got them, so the new factor hasn't worn off yet) and had to be coaxed to just use their hands. Once they understood, though, they had a blast. Dress-up is a favorite.

I was frustrated by frequent and sometimes insanely long load times (five minutes, at least, once the two new pets were hatched and the initial interactions complete -- shorter if there's just one new pet being hatched, and shorter between other activities, but still a good minute or two with some regularity, though at least it has humorous load screens). Every time you switch activities, there's a load screen, and with two players they seem to be longer than with one. We've also had it appear to lock up -- no indication it was reading/writing to disk, and no response to controls (even the PS button), but that's only happened once. Still, the load times are a turnoff for a game geared towards kids with short attention spans.

I was also frustrated by the controls at times. For example, another review expressed problems with this too, so I know it's not just us: coloring your pet or its clothes are rather hit-or-miss. You can point the controller at the correct place on the screen, press the button...and nothing happens. Try ten times in a row, and maybe on the tenth try it will work. I can't figure out what the issue is, but persistence appears to be the key here. Some changes are previewed before you make them (color changes) and some apparently are not (hair style/length). The entire dress-up mechanism is likely to be a favorite (if LBP is any indication), yet it's very frustrating for kids, and I hope it's improved.

Worth mentioning is that to start with, you can see a ton of outfit pieces -- but can't try them on. You have to "buy" them with in-game currency you "earn" by playing games. That means the kid who would be content to just play dress-up with her pet and never do anything else will be forced to go try to figure out how do other things with her pet to earn more coins so she can buy more clothes to play dress-up. It's a great strategy in an adult game to get you to explore various gameplay mechanics or options, but I'm not sure I'm fond of it here. I don't want my kids to abandon the game because they can't play with it the way they want unless they do things that don't feel fun. Really, the RPG "grind" isn't necessary in a kids game like this, is it?

And if you haven't tried the EyePet demo, you should try it before you buy. As in the demo, you have to put the camera very low to the floor (within 30 inches, I think they recommend) and tilt it all the way down. You then play on the floor. It would be easier, I think, to have a large coffee table and try to use that as your playing surface -- or, get down and roll around on the floor with your kids (if your back can handle it!). That means you'll be moving your camera, as all other games recommend you have your camera immediately above or below your TV, and ours (like most, I assume) is more than 30 inches off the floor. Just be ready for it.

SUMMARY
A lot of fun, at least at first. Annoying glitches and load times cost it a star or two, but there's a lot of potential here.

We haven't had time to explore everything - there's a fair amount of content here, much of which needs to be unlocked by earning in-game currency, so I can't evaluate it all until we play more. We played this New Year's Day 2012, so if you're reading this a few months later and I haven't followed up with an update, add a comment and I'll followup with some details on longevity.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I've never experienced a more annoying game with long boring animations Oct. 19 2014
By Alex - Published on Amazon.com
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My 4 year old sums it up perfectly. "I wish he would stop talking".

I've never experienced a more annoying game with long boring animations, and long unnecessary explanations between every single activity. The game takes ~2 minutes to start up. The developers didn't think to allow you to skip any of these annoyances. You have to sit through them every time is seems.

Another vitally important aspect that the developers completely ignored - this game is for kids, but the controls and menus are too complicated for a child to follow or use so it required constant adult supervision. They could have designed the game to work entirely from a couple of buttons but instead they make use of most of the buttons on the move controller. They should have made the game flow naturally without the constant need to visit the menu screen. My 4 year old constantly gets stuck and bored asking "What else can I do?" or "It's not working...".

Otherwise, if you have the patience, my 4 year old is having fun with it.