Remember all those PlayStation Eye games like The Trials of Topoq and experimental software like Tori-Emaki? Japan hasn’t received all of them as PlayStation Network downloads yet. Instead the following six pieces of software: Eye Create, Aquatopia, The Trials of Topoq, Operation Creature Feature, Tori-Emaki, and Mesmerize will be bundled on a Blu-Ray disc with a PlayStation Eye camera. The titles are respectively renamed in Japanese to Tsukuru (Create), Miru (See), Toku (Solve), Asobu (Play), Mau (Flutter), Ugoku (Movement). Interestingly, each game’s name is written in katakana instead of hiragana.
The PlayStation Eye software package will cost 5,000 yen ($48) when it comes out on July 24. A standalone PlayStation Eye costs around $40 in North America, which makes this a bundle a slightly better deal if you’re generally interested in purchasing all the downloadable PlayStation Network games.
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