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Sega Superstars

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Sega Superstars stylized as Sega SuperStars is a party video game developed by Sonic Team for the PlayStation 2 It was published by Sega and released in Europe on October 22, 2004; in North America in November 3, 2004; and in Japan in November 11, 2004citation needed The game features several minigames based on various Sega titles that are controlled using the EyeToy peripheral

Contents

  • 1 Gameplay
  • 2 Development
  • 3 Reception
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Gameplayedit

Gameplay is similar to that of EyeToy: Play, in which players use their body to play a variety of minigames However, while that game only picked up player's movement, Sega Superstars uses a more advanced system Before the start of each game, a setup screen with an orange area is shown In order to start the game, players have to stand in a position where the orange area won't pick up any movement and select the continue button This method determines what area is the background, allowing EyeToy to pick up the player's position, as opposed to just what areas are moving This is particularly prominent in games like Puyo Puyo, which uses the player's entire bodycitation needed

Developmentedit

Before Sega Superstars, few games had made use of the EyeToy1 As such, the game was developed as a product that would combine the novelty of this accessory with the familiarity of Sega's first-party franchises to extend the long-term viability of the PlayStation 2 console It was announced in April 20042 and exhibited at the Electronic Entertainment Expo E33 and Tokyo Game Show events of that same year1

Receptionedit

Aggregator Score
Metacritic Publication Score
1UPcom Edge EGM Eurogamer Famitsu Game Informer GameSpot GameZone IGN OPM US The Sydney Morning Herald ^ Lewis, Ed April 26, 2004 "SEGA Brings the SuperStars" IGN Retrieved October 24, 2014 
  • ^ Lewis, Ed May 13, 2004 "E3 2004: Sega SuperStars - Hands-Off" IGN Retrieved October 24, 2014 
  • ^ a b "Sega SuperStars for PlayStation 2 Reviews" Metacritic Retrieved October 22, 2014 
  • ^ Baker, Chris November 16, 2004 "Sega SuperStars" 1UPcom Retrieved September 16, 2016 
  • ^ Edge staff December 2004 "Sega SuperStars" Edge 143: 112 
  • ^ EGM staff January 2005 "Sega SuperStars" Electronic Gaming Monthly 187: 135 
  • ^ Bramwell, Tom October 20, 2004 "Sega SuperStars" Eurogamer Retrieved October 22, 2014 
  • ^ a b "Famitsu Ratings How did Halo2 do" The MagicBox November 9, 2004 Retrieved September 16, 2016 
  • ^ Miller, Matt December 2004 "Sega Superstars/Eye Toy sic" Game Informer 140: 177 Archived from the original on January 9, 2006 Retrieved September 16, 2016 
  • ^ Davis, Ryan November 3, 2004 "Sega SuperStars Review" GameSpot Retrieved September 16, 2016 
  • ^ The Bearer November 29, 2004 "Sega SuperStars for EyeToy sic - PS2 - Review" GameZone Archived from the original on October 4, 2008 Retrieved September 16, 2016 
  • ^ Lewis, Ed October 29, 2004 "SEGA SuperStars" IGN Retrieved October 22, 2014 
  • ^ "Sega SuperStars" Official US PlayStation Magazine January 2005 Retrieved September 16, 2016 
  • ^ Hill, Jason October 21, 2004 "Uneven quality" The Sydney Morning Herald Retrieved October 22, 2014 
  • External linksedit

    • Sega Superstars at MobyGames
    • Sega portal
    • Sonic portal
    • Video games portal
    • 2000s portal

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