First off, let me familiarize your with the whole concept. A tiny camera sits atop your TV screen, connected to your PS2. This in turns allows the screen to interact with the player and tracks your every move. You can even take pictures and send them over the web if you’re online. Be sure to run this title in as well lit a spot as possible though, so the EyeToy catches all your action.
Graphically, because of the party game nature, the mini-games are fairly simple and cutesy - ideal for this great family game. The ultra-clean menus are easy to navigate through, and the text is clear as well. The idea is not to wow you over with amazing visuals, just enable you to interact as efficiently - and fun - as possible.
Musically, it is a very good mix and changes with each particular game mode. Obviously in Drummin and Air Guitar, it plays a key role in how you strum or bash. Overall, nothing that distracts or annoys.