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Quests Added to PlayStation Rewards Program

With Quests, users will earn progress for playing an eligible PlayStation Move game in the “Move It” quest, for watching PlayStation Network’s PULSE in HD on their PS3 system in the “Check Your Pulse” quest, or for visiting the Central Plaza in PlayStation Home in the “No Place Like Home” quest. Nine Quests will be released in the beta by tomorrow, and we’ll be adding crafty new quests throughout the year for your enjoyment.

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jahcure2778d ago

Pretty cool idea..its got an rpg feel to it. Makes it a lot more personal

Christopher2778d ago

I guess it's okay. At least it informs us on what type of activities increase our gain as well. I've been watching The Tester (mostly making fun of it MST3K style, though), but didn't know watching Pulse also counts.

-Alpha2778d ago

I'm watching the Tester too and getting annoyed at how many of them either suck or don't deserve to be on it.

The girl that doesn't even own a PS3 is this far in the game and the big arrogant douche who clearly can't work well with others is right with her.

I like the idea of Quests. It's a giant way to interconnect/cross promote a lot of what is in the PlayStation Universe when you think about it.

Getting non-Home players to go to Home and be bombarded with ads is a good way for Sony to balance out giving away free PS Awards for example.

Nitrowolf22778d ago

This is awesome
They are making it like an RPS type of game

mushroomwig2778d ago

Come on SCE,where are our rewards?

AssassinHD2778d ago

Check your PlayStation Rewards page at playstation.com. Mine updated today with codes for a dynamic theme, avatars, and a Home item.

mushroomwig2778d ago

I was under the impression that is was an American offer only?

Rice2778d ago

This is neat but I won't have time for these quests :(

ISKREEM2778d ago

Sounds pretty cool, all they need to do now is implement this whole rewards program into the XMB, and make it available in Canada.

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