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    News - Playstation Home support grows with third-party backing

    Twenty four publishers have now obtained a license to produce content for Playstation Home.
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    Re: News - Playstation Home support grows with third-party backing

    Must admit that Home is pretty cool even though it is in beta.The cinema is pretty cool (seeing HEXUS in there was quite awesome.

    Even if the publishers just use it for advertising and upcoming events it will still be pretty good must admit. Things like Ubisoft for example using it for when they do the Ubidays so you can watch the content on PS3 rather than on the PC. Brings everything to your main room in the house instead of sitting in front of a PC.

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    Re: News - Playstation Home support grows with third-party backing

    I'm the opposite - I just don't get it.

    Lets say I want to watch the Hexus content on my PS3. I could either
    a) Fire up a browser, find the content and stream or
    b) Fire up home (wait for it to load), wander out of my house to the square (wait for it to load), enter the hexus cinema (wait for it to load) then have to watch the ALL the content, even if it was only the last one I wanted to see.

    You can harp on about the "social aspect" of it all till the cows come home; I've yet to see a single decent feature in it!

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    Re: News - Playstation Home support grows with third-party backing

    Quote Originally Posted by Jiff Lemon View Post
    I'm the opposite - I just don't get it.

    Lets say I want to watch the Hexus content on my PS3. I could either
    a) Fire up a browser, find the content and stream or
    b) Fire up home (wait for it to load), wander out of my house to the square (wait for it to load), enter the hexus cinema (wait for it to load) then have to watch the ALL the content, even if it was only the last one I wanted to see.

    You can harp on about the "social aspect" of it all till the cows come home; I've yet to see a single decent feature in it!
    all i have to do:

    1. launch home
    2. bring up my PDA and go to locations and then Cinema.Theatre


    at least try and explain the most easiest and quickest steps on launching the hexus channel instead of explaining the long way round it you dont need to mess around in your appartment and walk manualy into the cinema!!

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    Re: News - Playstation Home support grows with third-party backing

    No you just bring up the map and jump about to the area you want. Granted the loading at the min can be a bit of a pain from area but I hope that they will streamline that in future releases when walking about.

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