Summary: Play Station Home has a good game-play for a social game. It has many features in which you can decorate your character and have houses. Majority of the items in game have to be bought with real money or have another player to gift you from via gift machines.
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...
Excerpt: Home was supposed to be one of the main reasons to buy a PS3, sadly it has taken such a long time to come out, still at least they have perfected it - WRONG... Firstly 'Home' is an open virtual reality world (much like second life) you get to create your own avatar right down to customized body...
Excerpt: Sony's Playstation Home feature on the PS3 console is a virtual online world, a bit like Second Life and is a great idea in theory. However, I don't feel that enough has been done with it and the whole concept seems to lack any depth on Sony's part.
A fairly pointless program, i wouldn't waste your HDD with this piece of software.
13 April 2010
Excerpt: Well this is meant to be a social hub, for a start, noone actually speaks to each other. Personally i don't see the point in this program, theres not much to do, other than play many pointless mini-games in the attempt to beat people who have played the game for countless months before you.
Summary: I find it quite boring. It has/had lots of potential....but it comes off as slow and boring. Plus there are too many kids that do stupid stuff. Besides, there is something spooky about paying money for fake clothes and furniture and meeting people in a fake world.