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Welcome back to another Homerun. It’s another week with more content for PlayStation Home to talk about.
We’ll start with North America this week…
Welcome to the first Homerun of the decade; the best place to find news and views on the latest content to hit PlayStation Home.
After getting put on and then put off last week, the London Pub has come back to Europe: Previously it was only on for a few hours after Sony discovered some problems with the space.
The PlayStation Home content updates are back this week with new things for both North America and Europe.
The star of the show in Europe this week was going to be the grand opening of the London Pub personal space.
In just over a year, PlayStation Home has grown extraordinarily in content.
But that isn’t the only aspect of the service that has exploded as we have heard that over ten million people have logged into the service.
Yes alright we haven’t done one of these for a long time, but it is back with a great deal of new content to talk about for PlayStation Home!
Arguably the biggest addition to the platform this week which comes at quite a surprise is a brand new futuristic public space called Sodium One.
No seriously. A developer is releasing a personal space in PlayStation Home on the 7th of January that is based around a London pub.
VEEMEE who are behind this unique space explain that it will be releasing in Europe for €4.99 and include some interesting features.
Fans of cars and PlayStation Home will be pleased to know that the Audi Space will be coming out on December 17th. In which region? We don’t exactly know. What will it contain? A mini-game, of course!
Friday marks the one year anniversary of the launch of the PlayStation Home Open Beta.
And so to celebrate, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe are giving away a free Tree House personal space for the next two weeks.
If you’re a Home user in North America, you may have noticed the “Festive Pole” in the furniture store today, and your initial reaction was probably “WTF”.
What’s it all about? We’ll tell you, because it’s actually quite funny and disturbing.
It’s only Monday but we already have a round of PlayStation Home news to talk about – for Europe only.
Starting with the third of December, where the Presentation Podium will be re-opened to play host to Groove Armada, currently one of the world’s biggest bands.
We have more content coming out this week for PlayStation Home. The highlight of which is the addition of two new Red Bull spaces in both North America and Europe.
The Red Bull Air Race space has been a huge success in Home, but it came out nearly a year ago, and so something new is due.
In celebration of the up-and-coming Thanksgiving next week, Sony are holding a special limited time event in the Central Plaza.
In the middle of the space where you normally find the Saucer Pop game is a statue of a turkey. Here you can start a very inventive game: Turkey chasing!
VidZone has teamed up with English band Groove Armada to deliver something special in PlayStation Home soon.
To promote their new album, Blacklight, the Presentation Podium will be re-opened to deliver free music, interviews, a mini-game and of course rewards.
Buzz’s executive director Andrew Eades from Relentless Software has shared with VideoGamer.com his views on PlayStation Home such as its value to the PS3 and what the future holds.
It’s a very controversial project amongst gamers as they are divided between seeing it as a waste of Sony’s resources, and thinking it’s the best thing since sliced bread.
Welcome to another Homerun for your week’s review on the new content to arrive for PlayStation Home.
As the title suggests, only North America has been treated to any content this week, excluding the minor furniture additions in Europe.
This week on the Homerun we will cover the new content to arrive for PlayStation Home in Europe and North America.
So keep reading for this week’s injection of news and views of what’s new in Sony’s online world.
Want to chat with some friends in Home and watch anime at the same time? Well, now you can. The first episode of Naruto Shippuden is playing in the NA Home theater.
There will be no Homerun this week but there is still some PlayStation Home content that needs a mention.
Europe gets all the content today for a change and it’s worth having a look at.
A warm welcome to another Homerun this week with lots of news and views on the new content to arrive for PlayStation Home.
There is a ton of new things arriving on Friday – yes that’s right a day late – so we’ll go straight into it shall we?