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Lombax Warrior
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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 4, 2007
You might wanna watch out for people using the Air-Fuel grenade. They could burn your apartment down.



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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 4, 2007
dont invite me to sit on your virtual pile of chairs, you might get a virtual lawsuit when i fall off.
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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 4, 2007


LegendofMe wrote:
I kinda liked it when he dropped the virtual Brivia down the virtual stairs to simulate the virtual gravity in the virtual world that will theoretically ruin most of our social lives.



OMG that was ACTUALLY FUNNY but ya taht was a good ong Legend.
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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 4, 2007
thats cool and all about the vertual gravity but can i get my adobe with zero g's so i can put all my furniture on the ceiling.line up 2 chairs at eighther end of the room and use  a small picture frame or something as a hockey puck. GAME ON!!!


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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 4, 2007


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SilentMom wrote:
phil harrison said that home is binded by virtual gravity which allows all users to be able to drop objects....or even stack up chairs or other objects....that would be insane if you could have like 3 chairs stacked up ontp of each other and be able to sit on the top chair

EX: king in the castle.....king in the castle<=============Borat


It would be even more insane if you fell of the top chair and broke a virtual leg then you would have to wear a virtual cast and use virtual crutches.


then i would make it my goal in Home to kill my virtual self lol
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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 4, 2007
if sony was wise to the gravity thing,they should of made it where items broke when you droppped it,means you have to buy new stuff,but now items will last virtually forever

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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 4, 2007
Yay for Physics based environments.

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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 4, 2007


c7 wrote:
if sony was wise to the gravity thing,they should of made it where items broke when you droppped it,means you have to buy new stuff,but now items will last virtually forever



Yeah I wonder if you can drink and eat virtual food. It would be interesting to see what happens when you drop a glass on the floor. Hmmm. Then you would have a virtual cleaning person have to come and sweep up the virtual glass.
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Apr 4, 2007
I doubt the breaking feature would ever see daylight.
What if you pick up your HDTV that costs... $5.00 in credits, and someone nudged into you, causing you to accidentally press the controller and make it drop... It would be a cool feature, especially to think of, but not so cool when you drop your stereo down the stairs

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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 4, 2007
with all these virtual ideas is it possible for your virtual person to virtually die in the virtual house that you virtually own in the virtual world.....or some wako virtually commits suicide...or some virtual thing like that
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