on 05-06-2012 11:32 PM
- I want pristine menu browsing, even while ingame. No temporary freezes, frame-rate drops or lag.
- I want cross-game chat. Much like the party system on the 360.
- I want the ability mix up purchased themes, so you can use icons/menus from one theme, alongside a background(s) from another theme.
- I want the ability (although you can do this to some games) to pick & play my own music directly from the XMB, not 'music content cannot play while in use...' errors when playing a game, without having to fiddle with the options in the game. The XMB way can be much faster and you can choose a specific song most of the time.
on 11-06-2012 03:50 AM
I know that this is out of the topic but i need help please...
I will be replacing my internal harddrive and i want to know how to transfer the dc universe online that i downloaded to my external drive. I don't want to redownload it because it took me 2 days before I fully download the game.......
on 22-06-2012 01:34 PM
What I'd like is the ability to add folders in the games list in the XMB, so I can move the psp install files to one place, group all my episodic content together and generally just create some order in my games list.
There might have been no use for it when the PS3 was first released and everything was disc based,
but with the amount of games available from PSN, for those of us without an Internet connection capable of instantly redownloading any game we bought and feel like playing again, something more substantial is needed than "sort by last played or sort alphabetically".
on 03-07-2012 01:39 AM
Revitalise the online UI and have it more like the Vita, colourful and bright.
on 05-07-2012 03:56 PM
Probably been suggested many times before:
"The ability to delete or hide Trophy data."
(Aka "Trophy management")
There have been many terrible games this generation & not all of us have thought to create a temporary account to test them.
So there are many of us with atleast one game with a permenant 0-10%.
If you think objectively, this would benefit many gamers.
To quote OCD facts & statistics:
"It has been estimated approximately 2.3% of the population between ages 18- 54 suffer from OCD. One person out of fifty people is affected by some form of obsession or compulsion."
"The current numbers in the US approximate 3.3 million people suffer from OCD, though some estimates have been as high as 6 million. The variance comes from how patients are diagnosed and categorized."
That's in the US alone.
This isn't about competition, or looking better than your fellow gamer, it's about the ability to edit what's in your own profile.
Some people like to leave their houses neat & tidy, with a sense of order.
This is no different.
on 18-07-2012 04:41 PM
on 19-07-2012 01:12 PM
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