For all the things that your EyePet does brilliantly, and there are many, there are just as many things that he does incorrectly, like draw a picture that is nothing like the one you drew, or run around in circles when he should be jumping in the air. The PlayStation Eye just doesn't seem to respond correctly on a consistent basis, which can make your time together very frustrating. There's certainly potential for the EyePet franchise, and there's no doubt that young kids are going to be very excited when they first see the furry ape sitting in their living room. Likewise, kids and adults will be amazed at some of things he can do, but the technology is too inconsistent to get any long-term enjoyment out of it and the gameplay has no real direction. Still, we expect EyePet to be a big seller this Christmas, just don't expect the fun to last more than a couple of hours.