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PlayStation Home Screenshots and Images - PS3

PlayStation Home
Game Description:A massive world built into the PlayStation Network, Home is Sony Computer Entertainment's virtual world for PlayStation gamers. With an avatar uniquely customized according to each user's preference, users can explore the 3D community that is Home -- a sleek, modern environment featuring spacious common areas, custom spaces dedicated to specific games, and personal apartments. Everything can be customized to your liking with items you collect or purchase. Not only is Home your home online with PlayStation 3, Home is also a vast network of communication for PlayStation users. Browse the Hall of Fame for trophies players have collected in various videogames, or just hang out in a virtual outdoor lobby to talk with text and voice. Other features in Home include a theater where the Home world also users can watch videos from one users' collection together, a series of mini-games that players can play, and much more as Home evolves.
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PlayStation Home Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • Sony GamesCom 2009 Press Conference

    Posted: August 19, 2009

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  • Sony presents the Playtation Home at E3 2009.

    Posted: June 2, 2009

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  • SONY Floor Report

    Posted: October 13, 2008

    3,306 Views | 02:33 | 6 Comments

  • X-Play Gaming Update 08.26.08

    Posted: August 26, 2008

    2,720 Views | 02:23 | 2 Comments

  • Playstation Home

    Posted: July 15, 2008

    4,678 Views | 02:12 | 10 Comments

 


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