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Re: Ah the good old days :)

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Conrad_Max wrote:

The "good old days" are gone. It's time to move up to the present and the future...


I agree with Conrad on this one.  HOME is no place for pleasant memories and good times.


To clarify: The "good old days" are gone. It's time to move up to the present and the future, creating new memories to enjoy. Let's make today the "good old says" for tomorrow.

 

Thank you, LegoFire.

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Memories are important. I have wonderful memories of many things both on home and off it. Smiley Happy

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There's nothing wrong with having wonderful memories of the past. But we are also able to create new memories that will be just as wonderful as the memories we already have.

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Conrad_Max wrote:

There's nothing wrong with having wonderful memories of the past. But we are also able to create new memories that will be just as wonderful as the memories we already have.


True but this thread is about remembering the good ole days – the past. That's not to say more aren't coming. Smiley Wink

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The Good Old days are just an update away....lol...Smiley Wink

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sad thing is in reality with each passing update the good times actually get further away as home gets more secularised between users that spend and users that dont spend as much or not at all
no one minds being prised of cash as long as its with a little subtlety

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ptmacey wrote:

sad thing is in reality with each passing update the good times actually get further away as home gets more secularised between users that spend and users that dont spend as much or not at all
no one minds being prised of cash as long as its with a little subtlety


That is a personal choice for all users. And if our happiness is based on what others have or have not, that is very sad. Use Home to make ourselves happy, whether we spend money or not.

 

The happiest Homesters (Home users) are the ones who do not concern themselves with what others have (or don't have). They're here to have fun no matter what other people think of them.

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They need to bring Open Mic back .

 

(making it optional, of course lol)

 

The good times will really get rolling then..

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LegoFire wrote:

I miss the old days of Playstation Home aswell, when there were surprises around every corner, and amazing events would take place in central plaza and actually be fun, axe events, scribble shooter, pumpkin halloween events, killzone, and much more.

Even once the hub first arrived it was fun, there were loads of games and the quest board brought fun interactive events.

Now there is'nt too much to look forward to lately, just third party releases (wich are still nice), but I just don't see the excitment Home used to have.


I agree with everything except the scribble shooter mention.  The introduction of that game to home was the first sign of bad things to come.  I avoided that game like the plague!!  I just don't like when people with power choose to make their kids scribbles to make money.  It was pathetic and sickening.  But I do miss how home felt before, more of an open world and less boxed up.

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