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EyeToy™ FACT SHEET
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc.
Developer: Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Ltd.
Genre: Party Games
Players: 1-4 players
Platform: PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system
Peripherals: EyeToy USB Camera, Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation 2)
Launch Date: September 2003
Target Age: All Ages
Rating: Rating Pending (RP)

OVERVIEW
EyeToy™, exclusively for PlayStation®2, is an entirely unique party gaming experience for
people of all ages. Incorporating a unique USB camera that utilizes motion-tracking technology,
gamers instantly become the main character in their own game as interactive entertainment is
taken to a whole new level! It is simple, yet captivating, and the consumer friendly gameplay
makes EyeToy the ultimate “party game” where children, teenagers, young adults, parents and
even grandparents can join in the fun!

Anyone can show off their real-world skills such as rhythm, hand-to-eye coordination, speed and
style. Simply by plugging in the EyeToy USB Camera to the USB port on the front of the
PlayStation 2, the image of the player is projected on-screen and becomes the star of the game.
The player must use his/her hands, feet, knees and more to play and win the wide variety of minigames!

EyeToy includes 12 exciting mini-games based on music, puzzles, sports and other original
genres. Each mini-game requires the player to use his/her body in unique ways, from quick jabs
to beat back ninjas in Kung Foo, rhythmical feet tapping in Beat Freak, and even high-knees in
Keep Ups. With EyeToy’s instantly accessible gameplay, the opportunity exists to appeal to a
broad range of consumers, regardless of age or gaming frequency.
Additionally, the EyeToy can also be used for video messaging. Consumers can record up to 60
seconds of personal video messages onto a Memory Card (8MB)(PlayStation 2) for friends and
family to review and enjoy. Various backgrounds are available, allowing each message to be
specially made for the occasion. A visual indicator will alert others of a saved message.

KEY FEATURES
· Revolutionary EyeToy USB Camera actually makes the player the “star” of the game.

· Unique Motion-Tracking technology instantly translates body movement into on-screen
interaction!

· The EyeToy gameplay is so intuitive and simple that it appeals to audiences of all ages
and experience.

· Twelve unique mini-games test players hand-to-eye coordination, rhythmic skills and
reflexes, all while giving gamers a good workout!

· Some of the mini-games include:
§ Wishi-Washi – Scrub away the dirty windows in a frantic race against the clock.
§ Beat Freak – Rhythmically hit the speakers in beat with the music
§ Kung Foo – Use your martial arts skills to fight off relentless ninja nasties.
§ Keep-Ups - Bounce the ball off every body part to keep it from landing on the ground.
§ Boxing Chump – Enter the boxing ring and take on the maniacal Big Robo Bro.
§ UFO Juggler – Don’t let those hovering UFO’s crash and burn.

· Simple creation of video messaging allows anyone to leave a personalized message with
the push of a button!

· Multiplayer modes offer challenge and a chance to laugh with (and at) friends! Watch as
players jump madly, flail their arms and legs, and literally do just about everything to beat
your score.

· Funky and hip interface and graphical style appeals to all ages.

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