A blogger asked Jeff, from the PS.blog, about the deal with the API data and some other things. The facebook mail got some news about PlayStation.com working on some stuff. Check it out!
TripleTags.com will be first in line ;).
1)Patch all 1st party titles for trophies/custom music 2)Cross Game Chat 3)More PS1 titles 4)All others
yes, yes, and yes
well you dont have to worry about first party games much. except for a few that are not going to get patched (ex.Resistance 1). as for the other, we know its going to happen, but when
I was bummed when I popped in Motorstorm and no custom music came up. If any games new custom music its racers and RPG's. Also What I mean by priorities also is they don't concentrate on stupid crud "gamers" really don't need like: 1)internet browsing in game. Why? The only reason I can see it being remotely useful is for people who want to access gamefaqs.com. I can see it taking alot of ram as well. Sorry guys but do you really need to check out your myspace page that badly? 2)"In-Movie" XMB. Maybe later down the line like after "Home". 3)"in game XMB" for PS2 titles. Finish the PS3 side of the house first. If anything perhaps they should update the profile status for people playing ps2 games as "playing ps2 game". ;)
oh yea, i agree with that, i believe that they should prioritize on the the PS3 gaming side first as well. but when you think about it, this is a big priority, the ability to interact with your gamercard online on your PC is a big deal. not just because the PSN has to match Live, but it is part of building the gaming community, Home is going to play a part with this
No one working for us really sent anything. That was a very excited forum member.
So they have Facebook stalkers as well.. lol
there's an official PS Group you can join on Facebook. cool, i'll just hold off for the official Sony API. would love Uncharted & MGS4 trophies ASAP though ;D
IT WILL BE MAGNIFICENT! :D CANNOT WAIT PS3 FTW, ALL THE WAY!
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