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Welcome to another Homerun, the only article to read for news and views on the week’s PlayStation Home content.
This week we have the big one, Home update v1.3, that brings a ton of new features and improvements.
Six months ago we started a new regular article called The Homerun that provided news and views on what’s new with PlayStation Home.
Now in September, the Homerun is still going strong and we have seen Home grow at a rapid rate to what it is today.
We haven’t talked about Xi for some time, and for good reason because the game ended a long time ago.
But we’re back to talking about it for possibly the last time to inform you that over five million people have now visited the project inside PlayStation Home in one form or the other.
There is no new content for PlayStation Home this week, and so we decided to do a Homerun special on our top five features we want to see in Sony’s online universe.
Welcome back to another Homerun PlayStation fans!
This week we will be giving you more news and views on all the new content for PlayStation Home that has arrived and been announced for Europe and North America.
Welcome back to another Homerun PlayStation fans! This week we will be giving more news and views on all the new content for PlayStation Home that has arrived in Europe and North America.
In an unusual turn of events, content for Sony’s biggest game this year so far is arriving in North America nearly two months after Europe. We are so used to seeing it being the other way round, although we would rather everyone got it at the same time.
Well we weren’t so sure if there was enough Home news this week to warrant a Homerun, but it turns out we got more than we bargained for with the recent announcement of PlayStation Home version 1.3.
This update is the most significant change for the product since its launch so here are all the details.
The Homerun is back with more news and views on the new content to hit PlayStation Home this week, plus anything else we can fit in.
Itâ€™s a busy week from all directions so letâ€™s get straight into it.
Not ones to simply sit back and bask in the glory of what has been universally acclaimed as a great and addictive PSN title, it appears the guys over at Doublesix have been hard at work expanding the Burn Zombie Burn! universe.
Apart from two new levels placing Bruce on a UFO soon to be on offer as (affordable, we’re assured) DLC, the studio also has some other great updates like custom soundtrack support and YouTube video uploading functionality on the way.
We decided to get in touch with senior designer Ollie Barder and ask some quick -fire questions about the upcoming DLC and what lies ahead for the future of the game.
Itâ€™s another Home content week and the Homerun is here to fill you in with all the details and our views on what’s new.
If you think back to how Home was when it launched way back in December last year, you will see how much Sonyâ€™s online virtual hub has grown and evolved.
Although there is no update in Sony’s online universe this week – content tends to arrive every other week now – we do have a roundup of news on PlayStation Home that we haven’t managed to pick up on the site so this article will tell you all about it.
Those of you in Europe hoping for a handful of content in PlayStation Home tomorrow will be disappointed to hear that this won’t be the case.
However, European gamers will see a delightful return of the Buzz! HQ space that features quizes submitted by users on the mybuzzquiz.com website.
The Homerun is back to give you another dosage of PlayStation Home goodness. We’re delighted to say that there is a lot of new content for everyone this week!
Weâ€™ll start this time with the massive European update. As we have said countless times before, we are big fans of Killzone 2 and so were really happy when Sony announced that a Visari Throne room apartment for PlayStation Home.
We like Sucker Punch (and inFAMOUS too!). Instead of pushing the numbers of on-screen pixels, frame rates per second, draw distances and all that technical jargon, we get numbers that really matter. Numbers that we can relate to.
The July issue of Game Informer has a number of fun facts from the Sucker Punch team about what really went down during the development of PS3′s latest exclusive darling inFAMOUS.
No Homerun this week because there basically is very little to report on. However, there is an interesting article from Gamasutra who have spoken to Peter Edward, director of the PlayStation Home platform for SCEE.
Since launch, PlayStation Home has been downloaded seven million times, three million of those are from Europe, and a total of six million virtual items have been downloaded.
The Homerun is back for another week of Home news from around the world. We will give you analysis of what’s happening in and around the virtual hub for the PlayStation 3.
We’re very happy because unlike in the last Homerun, we have a tonne to fit in this week so lets go straight into business and talk PlayStation Home!
This week on the Homerun we discuss the end of the Xi reality game in PlayStation Home, as well as a Killzone 2 apartment.
So let’s dive in! The big news this week is an end to an era – Xi has finished…
Welcome to another Homerun. This week we have been covering the E3 convention and listening out for news on PlayStation Home.
So hear what has been announced and released in this run-through of the goings on in and around the online world.
When the lights went down in the Shrine Auditorium we admit one simple thought crossed our minds: how are Sony going to top Microsoft’s killer presentation from the day before.
From the new NATAL technology to Milo to the Modern Warfare 2 timed exclusive content, we admit to thinking Sony were going to stumble and let us down a little.
How wrong we were. Sit back and forgive us the staccato nature of its presentation but here’s all the big announcements Jack Tretton and friends bestowed upon us at Sony’s 2009 E3 conference.