Sony plans new ‘EyeToy’ with Madonna music
Like to groove to the smooth sounds of Jamiroquai? Enjoy shaking your hips like Elvis? Want to rock with Fatboy Slim?
Sony Corp. on Wednesday said it would release a new game for its EyeToy interactive camera later this year allowing players to dance along to 28 songs licensed from those artists and others, including Madonna and Jessica Simpson.
Sony said “EyeToy: Groove” would be released in the spring for $29.99, or $49.99 bundled with the camera, which connects to Sony’s PlayStation 2 video game console and lets players move around and have those motions translated into actions on screen.
First released last year, the EyeToy camera has sold more than 3 million units worldwide, largely bundled with a package of minigames.
“Groove” players will score points by following prompts on the screen and following a song’s beat. The game will offer both single and multi-player modes.
MadonnaTribe talked about this release last August in Tribe News.
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