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  • Summary: (Also known as "SpyToy" in the UK/EU) EyeToy: Operation Spy is the ultimate spy training that sends players into a world of international espionage and undercover surveillance. Presented with a strong narrative, players join the SIA [Strategic Intelligence Agency] and are tasked with bringing to justice a global network of master criminals. EyeToy: Operation Spy offers two unique modes: Gameplay and Surveillance. Gameplay mode allows players to enroll at the SIA and train to master the art of espionage. Your secret agent skills are put to the test by undertaking a range of assignments such as code breaking, sky diving, device disposal, criminal profiling, and using high-tech equipment to zoom into locations via satellite to uncover criminal masterminds bent on taking over the world. Surveillance mode is a robust security system that uses the EyeToy USB camera to secretly capture footage of unwanted intruders. It can be used to passively monitor a room, triggering playback of a pre-recorded warning message on the TV screen, it can secretly record the person from the moment they enter the area, or allow players to establish a perimeter system, protecting specific areas or objects within a room. [SCEA] Collapse
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  1. This is not a game of sophisticated espionage but it is a clever, innovative game that will entertain anyone who has an EyeToy when they’re not being frustrated to death by its limited technology.
  2. Good for impressing people with technology - not quite so good as an actual game. [GamesMaster]
  3. 60
    A mash of minigames, half of which are decent and half of which waste the EyeToy's potential, offering up only the most basic input possible.
  4. 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.
  5. If we'd had this wen we were eight, we'd have peed our pants. Literally. [Nov 2006, p.137]
  6. Operation Spy is strictly for the 007 crowd – the age 0 to 7 crowd, that is.
  7. It's embarassing that London Studio made Operation Spy not much more than a poor clone of the Play series. Hopefully they don't phone in their next game.

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