Another eyetoy game! YAY! Sega characters are in it! OKAY! It's got no playroom! RIGHT! And no multiplayer! NO! This is the order of my comments when exploring this game. Sure it's eyetoy, that's made better with the combination of classic sega characters such as Sonic and the Virtua Fighter gang, but no playroom and no multiplayer saps it of all the joy, whats the point of looking stupid when nobody else is going to. The graphics are still pretty and nice making the newer games looking good. The problem with the games is that there are hardly any, and only a few are any good, the rest are unresponsive and confusing. The soundtrack is great, with classic eyetoy jingles mixed with old-skool sega nonsense. The lack of multiplayer has to be the biggest flaw though as eyetoy should be aimed at groups of friends and family. And seeing how the great fun of the playroom has been removing I can only see it fit as to give Sega Superstars are considerably smaller rating than the original.
In the arcade days, Sega knew fun. In the Genesis days, Sega knew fun. Then there was a lapse. But then in the Dreamcast days, Sega knew fun (just not marketing). Sega Superstars for the EyeToy shows that Sega still k... Read Full Review
This game is very unique and fun, but it just isn’t as good as Eyetoy Play. There are some good mini games, and some downright terrible mini games. It’s hard to say anything bad about the graphics, since there really ... Read Full Review