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descriptionDeveloped by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe's London Studio, EyeToy: Groove, is the first interactive videogame that enables players to dance in time with one of the 28 licensed songs, from such artists as Elvis, Madonna, Jessica Simpson, Village People, and Fatboy Slim, with no controller or dance pad necessary. A follow-up to the highly successful EyeToy: Play, which took the industry by storm selling over 3.5 million units worldwide since its release, EyeToy: Groove is also available without the EyeToy USB camera.
EyeToy: Groove provides gameplay options for everyone. If playing solo, gamers may try out dance moves in One Player Mode, or choose to just interact with on-screen special effects in the Chill Out Room . EyeToy: Groove also includes a number of multi-player options. In Tournament Mode players take turns to determine who has the best rhythm, reaction time and accuracy. Team Sync Mode allows friends to conquer the dance floor together, or go one step further with Battle Sync Mode, which allows players to dance together while being judged separately.
In addition to the game modes, EyeToy: Groove features a Dance Move Maker option that enables players to be their own choreographer by creating a custom routine to the song of their choice. Simply pick a song, record movements as it plays, and at the end of the tune, import the routine into the solo groove mode in place of a difficulty level.
The popular Video Message feature from EyeToy: Play returns, allowing consumers to record personal messages onto separately sold 8MB PS2 Memory Cards (8MB)(PlayStation 2), sold separately. Messages are also interchangeable; video messages created in EyeToy: Groove can be viewed with EyeToy: Play and vice versa. The Memory Card may also be used to save and replay photos and videos automatically captured while playing the various game modes. As the EyeToy experience is all about movement, players looking to get a little exercise can take advantage of the Calorie Counter by simply entering in their weight, then watching how many calories can be danced away.
|Official Release Date||Apr 20, 2004|
|Genre||Music & Party|
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