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PSLS Presents: The Nameless Ones

DeAno Jackson at PlayStation LifeStyle writes: "Earlier this week, I wrote an editorial about the complainers of PlayStation Home. In it, I mentioned that you get out of Home what you're willing to put into it. In this week's PSLS Presents feature, we're going to highlight an example of this.

The Nameless Ones (N1s) is a group formed in late January 2009 by regular posters on the official PlayStation Home forums, many of whom were original closed beta testers, with one goal in mind: to give individuals an open forum for mature, intelligent conversation regarding ways to make PlayStation Home an all-around better place and the gaming industry as a whole."

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Lifewish2635d ago

mature conversation on how to get HOME better as opposed to people just bashing it is always welcome

-EvoAnubis-2635d ago

I'd have to agree with that.

StalkingSilence2635d ago

Great followup to your original editorial Evo.

ChozenWoan2635d ago

So Evo, I see your a very busy man when your not hanging out at Home parties, special events, or on N4G. Anyway, hit me up some time for a chat, I've got a cam now so you can be thoroughly humbled by my real life awesomeness... my Homey doesn't do my coolness justice. lol.

On Topic,
To be honest, Home is actually too good for meeting other gamers once you learn that netiquette and social norms DO apply. I've already had to cull people from my friends list, you would think 100 friends is enough but not once you truly join the social scenes available in Home.

Anyway, it's good to see others being productive with their Home experience, instead of complaining about not being able to hit on chicks.

-EvoAnubis-2635d ago

*laughs* Yeah, busy doesn't even begin to describe it. I'll find you on PSN probably tomorrow.

redsquad2635d ago (Edited 2635d ago )

I'm using HOME more and more. I spent an hour today just playing the "Helicopter Hit" mini-game (think people were getting annoyed waiting for me to bog off!) and I really can't understand anyone actively hating on it. Not your thing? Great, but for many users it's a great bonus with plenty of potential and I for one am glad Sony are taking their time to get it so right.