A TheSixthAxis.com forum poster finds a serious glitch in the new update of Home on the Playstation 3.
Nope. Home is just a waste of time.
Found a glitch in a BETA? OH NOESSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Perfect, I tells ya!
lol people are only pointing out to these glitches so they can be patched :P
Let me say this poster is full of sh*t. Attention wh*ore. I know exactly how to do this it is not new and it requires you to jump a rail on purpose. If you posted this you need to fess up. Some of us enjoy these glitches. He knows this is something you have to intentionally do I will prove it as soon as I have time to make a vid. This story is total BS no way he accidentaly did this liar
@1.3 Chill dude, it's not like the world is ending...
Shouldn't lie about stuff if you dont want to be corrected.
Well the way things are going with HOME - HOME will always be in BETA form - so i guess its ok for HOME to not just be empty but to have glitches as well since its going to be BETA form until the PS4 has been released
I knew that already...Every update will bring more glitches.
Reminds me of nVidia's drivers... they fix 1 thing and add 20 other bugs.
Until we can launch games or have something more substantial, I don't understand the purpose of Home I thought the idea of a "War room" that was going to be used for Warhawk sounded very cool, but who knows how far off that is.
The only fun game right now is "catch the pedo"... man that's awesome...
"catch the pedo"...that was hilarious bubbles!
It's pretty much a 3-d chatroom with some games built in. I think it's great; I like just hanging out there with a few friends. Home, much like the PS3 itself, is a work in progress. Updates will roll out that will add more services and features and very soon Home will be the place to be. If you're still confused about the "point" of Home, wait until E3 and see what Sony does inside of Home. Things will become more clear.
It certainly works for some. My wife is on it for hours every single day, made loads of friends and loves just hanging out chatting and playing soem pool.....
Yup. Most people who never use Home don't know it, but Home is actually attracting a LOT of females!
My girlfriend tells me "lets play virtual world!" haha, she's so cute.
The point of a beta is to find stuff like glitches Sony Fannies so stop whining
Part 1: "The point of a beta is to find stuff like glitches" Good point, well thought out, solid thinking... Part 2: "Sony Fannies so stop whining" Useless, tacked on jab that adds nothing to the conversation. Part #1 = Win! Part #2 = Fail... Overall... meh.
I haven't installed Home on my PS3 yet (just don't really understand the "fun" of it), but is it true that you have to pay for custom clothing? My son's friend mentioned it and just wanted to verify.
Some of the clothing you have to pay for if you want it... A large part of the clothing is free... Whatever you want to do... you have choices.
Some you pay for, some is free (like the RE5 shirts), and some you earn through in-Home games (like the IceBreaker or echchrome gear), and some you earn in gmaes outside of Home (like the Namco gear).
How do people find this stuff? ...no job I suppose *waves at Evo
What's up, man? Good to see you. You going to be on PSN later?
I should be when I get done with work, see you then hopefully.
This was known before the 1.1 patch.
No doubt been around over a week. I hope they don't fix it it has nicer scenery than most of the home spaces lol.
O noooooes! :o
THIS IS SO OLD I FELL OF MY DINOSAUR!! this isnt even new its from the event's space and has been there since some one glitched there way into it on the US server. and every one is blowing up like this has to do with the new patch. seriously get some lives if all you have to do is bash sony on a beta.
Junk of the year 2009
Theres no place like Home (click click)
Now we WAIT for a patch.
Of course, Gears of War 2 had NO glitches. I mean, it was perfect right? lol uh...no.
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