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EyeToy: Play

EyeToy: Play (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Tags: General, Party
Developer: SCEE

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
11/04/2003
EU
07/04/2003
JP
04/28/2004

Reader Reviews

EyeToy: Play review

Reviewed April 19, 2004

asherdeus says: "The other day two of my buddies and I were just sitting in my room when all the sudden these ninjas come out of no where and started attacking us. At first, we kept getting hit but eventually we were able to stop their onslaught. It was pretty freaking crazy; we didnít even realize what was happening. Even worse, a little later we got attacked by this huge boxing robot. I donít know what the hell that guy was thinking, but we pummeled him just like we were Muhammad Ali. Three soft jabs with the ..."
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