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EyeToy Play (PS2)

EyeToy Play (PS2)
alaScore 87

49 reviews

Apr, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 49 reviews of EyeToy Play (PS2). The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) the EyeToy Play (PS2) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Carlos McElfish (

EyeToy: Play


It is rare indeed that a peripheral manages to stand out as a truly innovative accessory that enhances the experience of playing games. The exceptions include, but are not limited to the NES Light Gun, Galoob's Game Genie, Konami's DDR Dance Pad, and...

All in all, Sony's EyeToy peripheral is, in our humble opinion, the most innovative and original add-on device that has hit home consoles in years. The technology implemented to capture your image and detect motion is surprisingly refined considering...

Feb, 2014

Expert review by : Steven Howles (

EyeToy: Play on Playstation 2


Wave your hands in the air!

Wishi Washi, the window cleaning sim is also more fun than it has any right being. The TV screen starts off being dirty and gets clean as you move in front of the camera. This invariably leads to people leaping about like a spawning salmon missing its...

Oct, 2004

Expert review by : Aaron Thomas (

EyeToy: Play


The EyeToy is one of those peripherals that Sony has shown off for a long time, touting the capabilities of the PS2 and showing what kind of innovation the company is capable of. Most people never thought it would see a commercial release, but much to...

EyeToy: Play doesn’t have complex graphics, nor will any of the sound effects or songs blow you away. Despite the fact that the games are simple, they almost all manage to be fun to play alone, or with a group of people. There’s also a playroom, which...

Mar, 2004

Expert review by : Wade Monnig (

EyeToy: Play


Whoever said that add-on peripherals never succeed obviously hasn?t talked to anyone over at Sony. Hot on the heels of the successful launch of the network adapter, Sony has done it again with another must-have peripheral. When the EyeToy launched this...

EyeToy: Play only scratches the surface of the potential of the EyeToy camera but if the subsequent uses are as near as fun as this collection of mini-games, it will be a smash success. It really is perfect from for gamers, and soon-to-be gamers, from...

Mar, 2004

Expert review by : Justin Leeper (

EyeToy: Play


Joan Rivers gets to be on TV, so why shouldn't you? EyeToy is here to help. While you won't have your own special on E!, you'll have a lot more fun than Joan.

Accessible to anyone; innovative concept; great party game; you're the star

Not much depth to the games; sometimes-fickle camera; low resolution

Dec, 2003

Expert review by : Sam Bishop (

EyeToy: Play


Get up close and personal with Sony's PS2-compatable camera and software.

Since there's really nothing else out there that supports the EyeToy right now, you'll have to make do with Play, but given how entertaining it is in short bursts, it's the perfect thing to bring out at parties or get-togethers, making this one of the...

Dec, 2003

Expert review by : Joel (

EyeToy: Play


It's not every day a product is released onto the market that really takes people by storm. It's also not every day you see yourself in the actual

The Eye Toy: Play is a much welcome addition to the PS2 library and hopefully has started a trend for camera type games to come. These games are quite fun to play for the short run and for that there an excellent party title. If your looking for a no...

Nov, 2003

Expert review by : James Frazer (

Eye Toy: Play - PS2 review at Thunderbolt Games


Now I was only born in 1985 but thanks to older mates with magazine collections and my own research into retro gaming I have a good idea what went on before I entered this world. Flicking through the hit magazine 2000 AD shows people in silver suits,...

Jul, 2003

Hell Silver Award!

Expert review by : Thomas Cap (

EyeToy: Play


"When using EyeToy you don't need a controller, YOU are the controller."

Jul, 2003

Expert review by : Gracie Leach (

EyeToy: Play


Designed to be the life of the party, EyeToy: Play features 12 games, a video messaging center, and a

Product Specifications

EyeToy: Play is the first game compilation for EyeToy, the revolutionary USB camera device for PS2 that detects your body movement and allows you to interact with the onscreen action. Play offers up 12 hugely enjoyed party games that involve anything from cleaning windows to fending off fearsome ninja adversaries. Up to 4 players can play consecutively in the multiplayer league, although you can squeeze as many personalized profiles for people as you like onto your Memory Card. In addition, you can make sure that there's always something on TV with a selection of mind-boggling Play Room visual effects, and record messages for your friends with the Video Message function. Wherever there's a party to be had, or you just fancy an entertainment night in with your friends or family, EyeToy: Play is guaranteed to keep you amused for hours.


Elements:Miscellaneous - compilation
Max Number of Players:4
PEGI Rating:3+
PEGI Rating Exception:Portugal 4+


Compatibility:Game console
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:EyeToy


Package Type:Retail


Game Console Compatibility:Sony PlayStation 2
License Category:Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 user
License Type:Complete package
Subcategory:Games - miscellaneous / entertainment / educational