on 14-12-2008 07:37 PM
on 14-12-2008 08:10 PM
Valaquesse a écrit:
In my Home apartment you can easily go up to the furniture, press x, open a menu and select move to move it. For some reason though I can't do this with my bubble machine. I always have to pick it up and walk around to re-position it. Why can't I move my bubble machine the same way I can move the sofa etc?
Hmm kudos for mentioning that. Why can't we simply rotate the machine instead of always packing/unpacking it..
Nw10Az a écrit:
When they bring the TV back they should also allow you to get a psone
Which you could play with a friend in your apartment.
Games would obviously be purchased from the ps store, maybe the could allow sharing in Home.
Another great idea. One additional feature for that could be a 'spectator mode'. Say your friend is playing on your psOne, and you want to see him play, you will be able to do so by spectacting.
Now how about a Playstation2?
For those of us who own one [in real life], we could simply type in the console's serial number to unlock one in Home. For those who do not, well i guess they'll have to purchase one from a store in the mall.
Fritches a écrit:
have a cafe like the asia home for people to go and socialise
Good stuff there. A cafe and some benches around the square would certainly be fantastic.
USC-President a écrit:I suggest 3rd party publishers like ext.1 the Olympics. To socialize in real time and be apart of the experience. It would be a dream come true to people who could never see it live. Ext. 2 Battle Of The Year (BOTY) that feature the best and most innovative B-Boy crews from all over the world. Once every year PSHome could hold an event at the theater to see the BOTY. Plus people on Home like to dance so having a new B-Boy dance move to unlock would start a new way of self expression in the community. People could even do shows as a team. People on PSHome need 3rd party publishers that represent more culture I think. Even connecting a USB guitar or drums from Guitar Hero and interacting with publishers like Guitar Center would be crazy and then PSHome bands could be set to have a battle of the bands event. I just want a one stop place to go for my news every day. Why can't I just turn on my TV and have PSHome give me my CNN, sports, local news reports, and ext. Plus you know I could never be able to talk to lets say, Tom Green, but in PSHome I could. You see Sony, we all have skills to share too, so let us have this opportunity to show you.
I believe all those features will eventually come, but definitely not now. Give it some time.
on 14-12-2008 08:26 PM
on 14-12-2008 08:43 PM
when home is loaded shouldn't we be taken straight to our 'home' ? as much as i like the noise the home connect screen makes i'd like to be able to walk around my home while i'm being signed in to the network.
on a smaller note, i'd like the lights in my home to work (the ceiling ones) a light switch is needed, and some custom options would be cool too, like what colour bulbs they should have, how bright they are etc...
and i'd like to see a trophy cabinet in my home, even if it's a seperate room off the main home, nice shiny trophies to show off.
on 14-12-2008 09:51 PM
a funfair or to you americans a carnival would be awesome with all the little mini games like throwing the rings over the stumps. a nightclub would also be good someone could be a dj and play there own songs from there music on the main page. just to note that i think PS3 have made one of the best built in project (home) especially with the graphics which i'm sure will improve because people at the moment are saying its rubbish but PS3 have just made this so its bound to improve, isn't it?
on 14-12-2008 10:01 PM
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