Summary: Ok, a rating of 10 may seem odd to some of you. PS Home is a social network of sorta, similar to second life where you walk around meeting people, playing games, party, run clubs/Families and participating in events that happen in PSH. It is also good that I waited this long in order to review home cause if I had done this review back when home had very few locations and almost every avatar looked the same, this would have more than likely had a rating of 4-5 out of 10.
Summary: Well I've had my PS3 for a while now, own a few games and use Gamefly, and just spent about 12 hrs in Home over the weekend - that should tell you something. First of all I am very surprised that there haven't been any 'Critic' reviews or very much attention in the gaming press generally. PS Home has a fantastic potential as someone already mentioned.
Summary: This was a great idea by Sony, i'm a little surprised that microsoft did not think of this. a place where you can hang out with your friends play games and even watch some MOVIES! in the loot theater, although i don't think alot of those are interesting. its still pretty cool to do that on a virtual world. although i think playstation home should have its own in game currency instead of using real money.
Summary: The community in this game is terrible this is a social networking video game and barely anybody who gets on actually talks and barely anyone is friendly this game gives you an avatar and all you do is buy virtual stuff and play less than entertaining mini games although talking to people is kinda of fun when it happens it usually doesn't and if your a girl i would not use this because if your avatar looks semi attractive almost every guy will hit on you its pathetic...
Summary: Clever and interesting in some points, interacting with unknown person is not my thing , but PlayStation Home gives fun entertainment. With friends basically PSH is a hit, however , some stuff you do here you can do it in real life. Right?
Summary: I love it. me and my family meet at home on regular basis. It helps to stay connected with people if you are the kind of person that is shy and doesn't like to connect by other means. I can't wait to see the announced update to this feature and how this will improve the xperience. I heard they will add the ability to create your own space and characters. Anyway, this is a step up on the right direction and an experience that is worthy of trying at least once.
Summary: Hello everyone, It's been a long time since Home came out. Envisioned by Sony as one of the main driving forces behind it's home entertainment it didn't excell very well up to this point. However, I can really see the potential. This feature can easily be as popular as the top social networks out there. It is a very fun place to be. You can interact with your friends, check cool places, follow up on AAA releases like Killzone 3 and so.
Summary: With so much to do, you can easily get lost in this online world. There are many Locations you can visit, each with their own unique activities. There's racing, shooting, Texas Hold'em, bowling, billiards, mini-games tied in with PS3's staple of games and more. A great way to meet other follow gamers with like minded interests, you can easily join other parties and jump into a game through Home.
Playstation Home (PS3): Playstation Home: Is it too much?
11 December 2011
Summary: I loved the idea of playstation home as it was a complete virtual world where you could reinvent your self and be the person you wanted to be, but is this fakery really what people want. it was a great idea that you could go online meet up with your friends chat walk about and play a variety of games, but in order to access each area you need to download more data, in order to "fit in" you need to either spend money or spend a lot of time completing challenges, in such a...
Summary: This was a concept that I was genuinely excited by, let's face it, since we all played our C64's or spectrums most of us have considered the idea that we would have our own avatar in our own social world where we looked how we wanted and acted how we pleased within reason of course. Home looked like this could be a launch platform for this somewhat childish escapism, if it was brought out prior to MMOPRGS like WoW or other social platforms like Facebook!
Pros: Nice concept, trailers are cool, good hub
Cons: Launched way too late, PAYING FOR FURNITURE? REALLY?