- Make the most of your EyeToy with dancing game EyeToy: Groove.
EyeToy Play with Camera (PS2)
- USB camera plus 12 games
- Appear in the games as you control them
- Simple, instantly playable games
- Includes dancing, fighting and reflex games
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- Platform: PlayStation2
- PEGI Rating: Unknown
- Media: Video Game
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EyeToy Play & Camera is a compendium of 12 games with a USB camera, which places you at the centre of a unique experience. By linking the PlayStation 2 to the camera, you'll feature live on screen within the EyeToy Play & Camera games, manipulating and physically interacting with the games' characters and environments. Games include:
- Boogie Down: repeat dance moves in time with Qt. The more accurate your timing, the more points will be awarded
- Kung Foo: use any technique you know as you take on a relentless wave of martial art opponents
- Ghost Catcher: spot the ghosts as they appear from the graveyard and try to pop them before they escape off the top of the screen
- Keep Ups: stop the ball from falling off the bottom of the screen by keeping it up in the air using your head
Ever wanted to actually be in a video game? No? Well, you will after playing with the EyeToy, the most original and fun video game accessory for years. The EyeToy is a WebCam-type thing that comes with a collection of 12 mini-games called EyeToy: Play. It sits on top of, or beneath, your TV and plugs into the USB port of your PS2. Once it's turned on it projects a live image of your room and whoever is standing around in it onto one of the aforementioned 12 games. But that's not the half of it. Once the chosen player has positioned themselves onscreen and the selected game has begun, what's happening on-screen is controlled by their body movements--the joypad isn't involved at all.
So, for example, in Kung Foo you have to swat away hordes of ninjas with your hands as they come flying at you from the sides of the screen. In UFO Juggler you have to help spaceships take off by spinning them at just the right speed. Dancing game Boogie Down tests your hand-waving rather than foot-shuffling skills. A few of the games are slightly more complicated, such as Rocket Rumble--just like FantaVision, except you must set off fireworks in sequence by touching them and hitting a detonator onscreen.
EyeToy is tedium personified if you're playing on your own, but get just a couple of mates together and it's easily the best party game ever made. --David JenkinsSee all Product description