11-04-2011 04:47 PM - edited 11-04-2011 04:48 PM
You can now welcome two cheeky EyePets into your family to nurture and play along with in your very own living room.
You can raise them both on your own or together with a friend. Two EyePets born together may form a stronger relationship with one another
As always the EyePets require care and attention, so be sure to use your Move controller to nurture and train your EyePets to keep them well and healthy as well as happy!
You can create and customise toys & outfits as well as earning tokens to spend on unlocking new exciting content.
You earn these EyePet tokens by simply spending your time playing and nurturing your EyePet.
So you looking forward to playing with new cute lil furballs and all it's wonderful content to explore?
For more information, check this page out: http://uk.playstation.com/ps3/games/detail/item362
on 08-12-2011 01:49 PM
Hi! I don't have Eyepet or Eyepet & friends, so I would like to know which are the differences between that games. I already know that the main difference is you can have two pets, but you HAVE to have two or you can choose if you want to have one or two? I read that are very similar, but Eyepet & friends has more new minigames, etc. What do they mean with "more new"? Maybe the Eyepet ones with new ones?
Sorry if the questions are annoying, but I want to be sure about which one is the best for me.
Thank you very much!
10-12-2011 04:34 PM - edited 10-12-2011 04:59 PM
No MOVE titles will ever Force TWO move controllers on you.
They will always HAVE single MOVE options.
Eye pet & Friends edition is no different.
Its primary market is 2 player but still contains A single player mode.
But Because its a TWO player title at its core, You wont get platinum trophy from only Single player.
The amount of content in Eye pet & friends edition is less than the Move edition because its about Two pet usage. But it does contain Some Content from Eyepet original and New content.
Eye pet & friends Does not contain any challenges unlike Eyepet Move edition, it has activities which will unlock credits, which you spend to unlock more activities and Items. Repeated play will allow use of everything if enough time is spent no matter the players skill level.
If you want challenges. You'll need to buy Eyepet original then download Eyepet MOVE edition or buy the BD of Eyepet Move edition. Its much more structured with content only unlocking when set goals are achieved but this made It to hard for Children and even some adults.
With Eye pet & friends that's structure has been dumped. Only trophies will challenge the user with targets. Like all game hunting for trophies is optional for the User.
Eyepet original ( no move support, challenges, Lots of content, Can be to hard, PS eye bundle, Update To Move Edition for Free online.)
Eyepet Move edition ( Challenges, Lots of content, Was made easier due to release in US market )
Eyepet and friends edition ( Activities only, Two player, Easy, credits system for unlocks)
Eyepet original edition bundle included the PS eye camera at only £2 extra can be updated to Move edition for free.
Which makes Eyepet & friends cost quite high realy...
Eyepet MOVE edition on BD was Stupidly high priced on release.
on 11-12-2011 06:42 PM
fbooster - I would strongly recommend EyePet (or EyePet Mpve Edition) over EyePet & Friends. The only advantage EyePet & Friends has is enabling two players to play with two pets. However they hardly interact and the original EyePet is quite a social game anyway, with casual observers being able to reach out and stroke the pet at the same time as the primary player. As others have posted, 2 player mode in EyePet & Friends has a very poor frame rate anyway - you might as well take it in turns on the original. Plus the original has much more interesting challenges, more diverse, more warmth. Definitely the preference in my household!
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