Okay, so I finally got the Eye of Judgment tonight. I've been looking forward to it, so I brought in my PS3 to work and hooked it up before I had to start work, and was going to play on lunch time. And if anyone feels this should be in the other thread, please move it. So lets get started. First off, there is no single player story mode. Sorry. You play against the computer single player. Thats it. I've heard some people complain about the computer being to hard, but on beginner at least, I don't believe that's true. I cannot judge how much the computer cheats, as I have not played another player to see how much they dodge or anything like that yet. The game play is pretty simple, every turn you get two mana. You can use this mana to attack, turn a creature or summon a creature. If the creature is on the same element, it often gets a 2 health bonus, if it's opposing, two health penalty, if nuteral... nothing. How you use this is up to you and placing cards in the wrong spaces can be to your advantage. For example "Elven Berserker Maiden" is a Woods/Grass affinity, if you place her on dessert/rock, she loses 2 HP. But her effect means that if she is down to 1 HP, she gets a 3 attack and the possibility to doge. So by playing your positions right, you can gain the upper hand even if taking damage. To win the game, it's not always about killing your opponents, though it does help, it's about gaining control of the field. First person to take 5 spots wins the game. So in a way it's a very perverted version of tick tak toe, only not in a row. I've had no problem with card recognition, except not knowing off hand that the bars on the top and bottom where where the eye figured out what card it was, so when holding the cards, I often killed the detection. Besides your monster and magic cards you also have four "Action" cards. One for "Action" such as attack or whatever, "Cancel" to cancel your last move, "Status" to see how your monster is doing, or "End turn". The only real problems i have is A) There is no interactive tutorial. You either watch a really bad film, or you jump into the game and learn as you go. I of course prefer the jump in approach. The other problem, B) is that it is obvious they don't expect you to move the camera around ever again after getting the mat just right. Maybe it's just me.. just seems a bit presumptuous on Sony's part. I haven't played on line yet, but I can say that so far it's been worth the money and I hope to get some more theme decks soon, and hope to play some people from here on line.