Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe
Tori Emaki™ requires a PLAYSTATION®Eye camera (sold separately).
Enter a world of sublime and atmospheric wonder, as you guide a flock of birds through a living artwork.
Move your body to interact with the PLAYSTATION®Eye camera and vary the speed and direction of the bird flock’s flight. Send them soaring through beautiful scenes inspired by ancient Japanese paintings and prints while traditional music and lifelike sound effects complete the relaxing effect. And don’t forget to look out for the interactive elements within the picture: fly past them and you’ll see things in a new and very different light…
PLEASE NOTE: this information was correct at the time of publication.
1 Player; 90MB minimum save size; HDTV screen resolution: 720p, 1080p; PLAYSTATION®Eye camera required
TERMS OF SERVICE
Download is subject to the PLAYSTATION®Network Terms of Service/User Agreement and any specific additional conditions applying to this item. If you do not wish to accept these terms, do not download this item. One time fee for use of downloads on up to 2 activated compatible Home Console* systems.
* See Terms of Service for further information.
Tori Emaki™ ©2007 Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. Published by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. Developed by Play Logic. Tori Emaki is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. All rights reserved.
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Always play in a well lit environment. Take regular breaks, 15 minutes every hour. Discontinue playing if you experience dizziness, nausea, fatigue or have a headache. Some individuals are sensitive to flashing or flickering lights or geometric shapes and patterns, may have an undetected epileptic condition and may experience epileptic seizures when watching television or playing videogames. Consult your doctor before playing videogames if you have an epileptic condition and immediately should you experience any of the following symptoms whilst playing: altered vision, muscle twitching, other involuntary movement, loss of awareness, confusion and/or convulsions.