After , Sony has finally announced that the blackmail-tastic bit of software will be released in the UK in September.
Developed by Sony's EyeToy specialists London Studios, SpyToy comprises a selection of surveillance modes that includes snazzy face-recognition technology, meaning that it's possible to create profiles that can only be unlocked by certain users, allowing you to come up with 'personalised' alarms.
Meanwhile, video and audio recordings can be saved to memory card and
Gran Turismo 4 has forced us to announce more delays than the supposedly soothing pre-recorded female voice at the train station - slips for translation, slips for internet problems, slips due to excess slippage. We've seen, and told you, of them all and so it makes a nice change for the Polyphony to be announcing some good, if a little weird, news.First up, the Japanese developer is teaming up with Nike to launch Gran Turismo Limited Edition. Set to be released only in Japan, this shiny-cased
Sony have released new shots of EyeToy: Play 2 - and the screen of the granny playing air guitar is one of the wrongest things we've seen, well, this morning at least.The sequel to last year's best-selling Play compilation features 12 new games that make use of the webcam-style device and include the martial arts-inspired Kung2, home improvement madness in the shape of DIY and fast food shenanigans courtesy of Mr Chef.In addition to the host of new mini-games, Play 2 will also include SpyToy,
Sony have announced the sequel to their original EyeToy collection, Play, and as well as new games, some startling innovations are planned.Kung2, Mr Chef and DIY are among the 12 new games but the more interesting additions use some fancy new coding techniques developed since EyeToy's debut. MotionCam technology will take direction and velocity into account for ball games like Home Run, Boxing and Table Tennis, while the new-fangled MiniVision takes your image and shrinks it to slot more
After the cutesy mini-game compendiums that made up the first generation of EyeToy titles, Sony have revealed details of the first 'full' game for their hugely successful USB camera peripheral.EyeToy: AntiGrav, which is currently being developed by Harmonix Music Systems, takes the classic future-extreme sports route of sending players down eight courses while strapped to a hoverboard. Of course, this being an EyeToy game, rather than the usual joypad wrangling, you'll have to control your
Konami have announced the first details of a new racing title called Enthusia Professional Racing. The official blurb promises groundbreaking gameplay with lush graphics that provide an unprecedented racing experience.That's one hell of a claim considering that racing is the one genre that developers have really nailed (see Gran Turismo, Colin McRae, Project Gotham et al). Konami's aim is to make this the most realistic racer ever, with the emphasis being on flawless driving against opponents
It looks like Eye Toy, Sony's nifty PS2 camera peripheral, will be branching out in the first half of 2004, though Sony pointedly refused to confirm or deny the existence of any as-yet unannounced games this morning.First up will be Fight and Sports, and it's strongly rumoured that they'll be followed by four more increasingly targeted Eye Toy outings.Fight is clearly going to be an action-based title and the name Sports implies that Sony will be sticking to cut-price anthologies, as opposed to