other half of the game is called Surveilliance mode and allows you to
perform some really cool tasks with the camera itself. As in the last
EyeToy game, you can set uo you camera to keep track and record any
movements in your own room and can play these back when you feel like it
to catch anyone who's entered your room on the sly.
Excerpt: At some point in time, everyone’s dreamt of being a spy. Maybe it’s having access to extremely cool gadgets that no one else can get their hands on. Perhaps it’s the chance to travel the world, living a life of danger and excitement. Or it could be the chance to save the world from criminals and their schemes of global conquest. Regardless of your own motives, Sony’s giving gamers the chance to live out their espionage fantasies thanks to their Eye Toy peripheral.
Excerpt: Eye Toy Operation Spy is a unique blend of game and utility. Not only is there a Story Mode that allows you to hunt down master criminals for a top secret government organization, you can also use this software to keep video surveillance on a room in your house. Operation Spy 's in-game graphics are fairly good.
Excerpt: Operation Spy takes the "security" features from EyeToy Play 2 and adds in a light story mode, as well as more mini-games. You start off by taking your picture and inputting a personal code, creating a secure login for your character. Every time you want to login to your profile, the game does a facial scan that works remarkably well. After a brief training mode you'll begin your work as an agent for the Strategic Intelligence Agency (S.I.A).
Conclusion: Considering there are almost no music or sound effects in the game, it's really not fair to grade this category on the same scale as other titles on the market. There is not much EyeToy: Operation Spy could do in the first place. It's somewhat limited in design. If anything, the sound effects and music are just there to be there and they don't hinder or enhance the gameplay experience.