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EyeToy: Operation Spy  (PlayStation 2)

Release Date: 11/16/2005

Format:NTSC-U/C

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EyeToy: Operation Spy
PlayStation 2
  • Publisher: Sony
  • Genre: Family
  • Platform: PlayStation 2
  • Rating: Everyone

List Price: $29.95

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Eye Toy Required, not included.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The Strategic Intelligence Agency has recruited you as their top secret spy. Your mission: capture as network of master criminals.

Enter the daring world of covert operations with EyeToy: Operation Spy! Master the art of espionage as the EyeToy USB Camera (for PlayStation2) puts you on the TV and gives your body movement full control over the action. With this high-tech gear, you can be the ultimate spy!

EyeToy: Operation Spy will feature eight minigames, titled Sky Diving, Code Breaking, Photo Fit, World Map, Nanobot, Nanotech, Geosphere, and Laser Lock.

In addition to story-driven gameplay, the more paranoid (or perverse) among those who play may want to tap Operation Spy's Surveillance mode as a hidden camera. It can be used with a night-vision function at an improved EyeToy resolution of 640x480. Any footage that a player captures of unwanted intruders in one's room, for example, (whether it be digital, night-vision, or time-lapse) can be recorded as evidence.

Use of a USB printer connected to a PlayStation 2 will net printouts from still images as well. And if gamers are looking to "prevent crimes" rather than just record them, Operation Spy will also play back a prerecorded warning message on the attached TV monitor whenever someone passes in front of the EyeToy camera.