all you have to do is keep on clicking "next chapter". you dont actually have to examine and collect stuff.
only thing you have to do is the shopping list, but thats easy.
I can confirm this. Also the sorting hat result is purely random, even if you happen to get the exact same questions and answer them the exact same way, most of the time you will be sorted to a different house. It's designed to 'appear' like a real personality test, but the results are random - likely to try and make sure all four houses are equally represented - although I'm sure many purposefully create alt accounts to get the house they want.
Sony's PlayStation Home updated mission statement...
"Like it never happened"
- Stand for something better than mediocrity and don't disguise it as adequate, when clearly it is far from that to anyone willing to be objective and unbiased. -
Also, how the bloody Hell do you move the fakakta feather in the charms game!
I feel exhausted with all this crap not working right.
I can't even use the Charms space, just loads into a blackish bubble and when I walk out I fall off the map.
Don't walk around. I know I fell off the map too. It takes quite a bit of time to load. Just wait for it.
Thanks but I've been trying that. I even sat in there for about half an hour just now and still nothing, cleared cache and tried again and even cleared cache a 2nd time from in the space. No www spinning or hdd indicator going, all I get is the dark bubble room.
The other spaces look nice and the sorting hat thing was kind of neat but again, they're pretty big spaces with nothing to do in them. I also noticed you can only use proper House clothing in the Common rooms. I previously purchased some Slytherin stuff before I was sorted and was unable to access them in the Hufflepuff room.
I'm also extremely disappointed in the personal space. It makes no sense to not even be able to chat locally in a personal space and unless you want to fork out 8 more bucks for furniture on top of the 6.49 for the space, you just have a house you can stand in and look out of the window. I sent a tweet out to Pottermore and I'm about to hop on their forums about this too. I understand the restrictions in public areas but enforcing them in personal spaces is just crossing the line. Its also incredibly dark, I had to use the flash on the camera to even see it has built in shelving some items on them. It's a shame because the house actually looks kind of cool but its just pointless as it is.