The security features and high-resolution photo abilities are a nice plus, but they do little to hide the fact that OpSpy is a very mediocre game. Only the most hardcore EyeToy fans need apply to this Spy mission.
If you’ve got a child or sibling under twelve with a good imagination, they might have a good time with Operation Spy. Anyone else will likely find the game uninteresting, especially since most of the content is locked.
There’s some neat stuff here, and it’s easy to see how the application of the EyeToy itself could very easily lead to a kind of "Minority Report" interface for games with the next-gen EyeToy on the PS3, but the concepts arrived a bit too early here.