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Submitted by get2sammyb 643d ago | article

Hellfire on Constructing the Most Ambitious PlayStation Home Game to Date

Push Square talks to the developers of Home Tycoon about the growth and development of Sony's free-to-play social network. Do you still visit the virtual world? How would you like to see it grow?

An excerpt from the article: "If you haven’t set foot in PlayStation Home since the virtual world’s initial roll-out, you may be surprised by the current state of the social platform. The free-to-play destination has erupted with activity over the past 12 months, prompting a location that’s both bursting with content and brimming with life. The catalyst for that transition has been a greater emphasis on interactive content. The days of empty cross-promotional spaces are long gone, usurped by the more engaging integration of fully-fledged games." (Home Tycoon, PS3)

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