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    The State of PlayStation Home


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    The State of PlayStation Home

    Post by iPROFamily on Fri May 13, 2011 9:52 pm

    Hi Home Community,
    As many of you know, 2009 was a big year for PlayStation Home.
    The millions of you that use PlayStation Home saw us transform from a
    3D virtual world into a true social gaming platform with more than 50
    spaces and over 100 games. One of the biggest highlights of the year was
    the launch of the popular Sodium One
    space, which has redefined what a social game can be by combining
    massive action, stunning graphics and social experiences in a way never
    done before. PlayStation Home has become a leader in the evolution of
    social games from simple 2D web games to immersive high-definition 3D
    experiences made possible by the tremendous horsepower of the PlayStation 3.

    As we start the new year, we are not slowing down. We are adding new
    spaces, community events and virtual items each and every week, with
    many of these updates based directly on your feedback. Last week marked
    an important milestone in our evolution with a new iteration of the Mall,
    which was heavily influenced by our community’s request to have a more
    streamlined shopping experience. The Mall now features stores from some
    of our closest partners, including Loot from Sony Pictures who brought us all of the awesome Ghostbusters gear, our friends at Lockwood – creators of Sodium, and of course EA Sports,
    who have been among the strongest supporters of PlayStation Home since
    the earliest days after launch. One new face to PlayStation Home is LucasArts, who brought both Star Wars and Indiana Jones
    to their new store in the PlayStation Home Mall. I for one will be
    rocking the Imperial Stormtrooper outfit for the foreseeable future.

    PlayStation Home
    is based on a “freemium” model, which allows you, our community to play
    games, meet friends, explore and discover rewards – all for free. In
    addition, there are opportunities to personalize your experience with
    virtual items that allow you to stand out from the crowd, or even play
    your favorite games in PlayStation Home better (thank you Stomper
    Boots!) Whether you buy virtual items or just play games and hang out, I
    would like to extend a huge “thank you” for your support from everyone
    on our team.

    With all that said, this is just the beginning of what we have in
    store for you. Many of our long time community members have been asking
    for features, fixes and content that we have been secretly hard at work
    on, and will be rolling out over time. Rest assured that we hear your
    requests loud and clear (I personally use Home and read the forums
    daily), and although we can’t deliver everything we’re asked for, we
    will compliment all of these new features and content with a renewed
    focus on open dialogue and service. Our Home Community Managers, along
    with myself, continue to work on addressing your questions regarding our
    direction for the next year, so stay tuned to the PlayStation Home forums for what is sure to be a lively conversation!
    We have an incredible number of new surprises ahead, so if you’re not
    already a member of the PlayStation Home community, there has never
    been a better time to jump in and experience all of the fun.
    Thank you Home Community. Keep being awesome.

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