Excerpt: Da Introduction: "Put down that controller and PLAY!" If you've never thought you'd get a work-out playing video games, think again. Sony's newest creation for PS2 is going to blow you away! The Eye Toy camera gets you off the couch and into the game. Yup, that's right.
Excerpt: When EyeToy debuted at E3 2003, people were excited. Sony's USB camera allowed gamers to put their image into the game and interact directly with the virtual environment without using a controller.
Excerpt: Sony’s EyeToy peripheral for the PlayStation 2 is about to show rhythm action fans a whole new perspective on their favorite genre. As you may or may not know, the EyeToy is a small USB camera that plugs into your PS2 and sits atop your television set, projecting your stunning visage onto the screen...
Excerpt: Sony’s EyeToy is the electronic equivalent of a spring chicken – not much more than a sordid twinkle in a randy camera’s lens. Until recently, the selection of mini-games in the bundled EyeToy: Play was the only thing the USB camera was looking out for.
Excerpt: As with many dance titles, much of the enjoyment is gathered from playing it with a group of friends so you can mock...err...cheer their dance attempts. Up to four people can participate in either cooperative or competitive modes.
Conclusion: Chances are that the people watching me attempt it had even more fun. That is possibly the true joy of Groove, as it was with Play before it: getting to watch your friends (or students in my case) make absolute fools of themselves.
Summary: , there hasn’t been much of a reason for you to dust off that old that you picked up late last year. Since it sold quite well Sony Computer Entertainment America is dedicated to supporting it and ensuring that it lives up to its potential.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Fans of the music included in the game may want to pick it up just so they can imagine themselves dancing at a concert, especially the Elvis fans because lets face it... he's dead and he's not coming back!