We suppose any interactive experience could be considered a ‘game’ meaning anything from cycling to work to friendly banter with your mates would qualify, in the very broadest sense. Take Aqua Vita, for example, its being released as a download on the Playstation Network, lumping it in with such titles as Stardust HD and Snakeball, but as it turns out its less a game and more an experience akin to Tamagotchi or Nintendogs.
You might be a deadly finisher on PES, or an expert at nailing COD4 head-shots from half a mile, but how are your tickling skills? You’ll need them if you want to keep your EyePet happy. The monkey-like monster is the latest piece of Sony software to use the PS3 Eye camera. He appears on you TV screen, and as the Eye motion-tracks your movements near him, like petting or clapping, he’ll respond and interact. Remember the way you could poke and prod the magical creatures in Eye Of Judgment? It’s the same sort of tech, but used in a far more complex way.