A company called Game Domain International has unveiled an exciting project for PC, combining a social, interactive environment like Second Life with the games-on-demand appeal of Valve's Steam game download software.
looks much better than home in my opinion.
its obvious you haven't logged in to HOME. Home looks much much better than that, but the service in question is beta much like HOME is so the graphics will improve, I presume.
does look ok, but then this kinda thing doesnt really appeal to me, which is why i wasnt that impressed with HOME
just wanna say that this (and HOME) reminds me of Tony Hawks Prject 8 but without the cool skate boarding and cool modes you can play.... and so where is the fun?...
They look like the puppets from Team America : World Police
And yea this is no where near as good looking as home, you really need to look at Home again if you really think that.
This game look coo hope they make this for xbox360
I think everybody would like to have a service like HOME. It's just blatently FUN!!!
OH MY GOD THE GRAPHICS ARE TERRIBLE ON THIS GAME!!!
Nice_Cuppa...<you keep tellin' urself that. I dare you to post a side-by-side screenshot comparison with the two. If you value your credibility...I doubt you will.
HOME KILLS this thing!
if your read my comment (#2) then you will see i dont want a service like this on my console, it would be interesting to see it on something like my PSP but i wouldnt use it on my console, and wouldnt request it, but then we all have our own opinions.
I think it is.
s@#1 looks like crap.
home is cool. This looks cool too but will it offer the same kinda stuff home is offering with apartments media sharing and such stuff
I dont like the title of this article HOME is a rip-off of second life so its PS3 following in PC's footsteps
Home has been around for a lot longer than we have known about it. Home was first going to be brought onto the PS2, but instead had been left for PS3.
Home may have been thought of long before Second Life.
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