SCE producer Pete Smith has told Eurogamer that a company once pitched using the EyeToy to create a Kama Sutra-type application. “Seriously, this was a genuine pitch,” he said. “Obviously we didn’t sign it and it never ever saw the light of day. But we were going, how exactly would we QA it? You can imagine these two big hairy testers going, ‘No, you’re the bitch tonight’. How would you demo the game to press? In one sense I think, god, I wish it would have been done. We could have maybe got some celebrity endorsements and stuff like that. This guy – I can remember it, I will never forget him – he was like, ‘We want to do this. We think it could be great’. We get all kinds of pitches, but that’s definitely the one that stands out for me.” Takes all sorts, we reckon.
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EyeToy Kama Sutra