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I'm not new to PSN but am new to Playstation Home. (EU Server or SCEE i believe)
Reading up on stuff it seems that all the other regions get much cooler stuff is this true?
If thats the case i was wondering about making other region accounts is this allowed?
(Youtube can tell me how to do it)
And if this is the case could i say, download content from the american account then go back to my EU account and use it, otherwise i will have the account and content but will be unable to show it off to my mates. (So being pointless)
Any response will be greatly appriciated.
What about reward items though?
If I visit an American friend and win rewards in their apartment(s) would I be in breach of t&c's etc?
I thought as much. It's never really popped in my mind until you said that.
making regional accounts or region hopping is technically against the rules as you lied in your eula and tos fourm but i reckon everyone has a 2nd account here also content cant be carried over unless you wish for a ban
"so there4 we haz 1000 billion users!" Paahahahahahaaa!
To the OP, if you (THEORETICALLY) made a US account, although you wouldn't be able to be in public with them you could (THEORETICALLY) send friend requests to them again and add them to your (THEORETICAL) US account, then invite them over to your swanky Americano excluisiviano pads... Theoretically.
Love it ROFL!! Yes theoretically speaking that in theory might work.
Cheers for the info guys i think ill just leave it with my EU account tbh tho lol
Sounds bit to much like hard work.
Oh it's hard work all right. First you gotta make an account, then you gotta put money in it, THEN you gotta spend all the money on cool new stuff thatwont be seen in the EU for years...
Yeah it's tough, but hell, SOMEBODY'S gotta do it!
Keeping in mind that this, account and money is theoretical mind you. :P
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