Also, another MAJOR bug I found today with the leveling system for me, it says I need 1.25e05 more exp to reach the next level o.O I thought it was just me but I had a friend that's new to the space check and it said he needed 20,000 more exp to reach level 2 so to anyone trying to gain experience to level up I don't recommend going until it's fixed, not sure if it'll hurt if you go past the leveling requirement after a fix.
;^) Visually, the space is stunning. It's easily one of the most impressive spaces I've ever seen in Home. And the mini-games are well conceived, even in they're sometimes working poorly right now.
I understand the appeal to having some challenges completeable in the first day, while others will take weeks and weeks. The easy ones get people interested, and happy with the space, while the more challenging ones give people more incentive to hang aound and visit regularly. In the long run, having the park full of regular visitors also makes it more attractive to the ones who're just joining in, too.
I also see lots of potential for the future, with seasonal changes to the scenerery, weather changes, a day/night cycle, special events for holidays, etc.
:^/ The down side is the bugs we're having currently. Some new ones seem to have creeped in since Wednesday: I'm level five, with 621 experience points, and the next level is 1e+05, or 10,000 experience points. The display is incorrect, of course.
Love it very much.
It's much fun and innovative. Much like a real one. I was a little surprised when I returned for the second time, that the games were not playing, but seeing other post I understand why. Let's hope that they'll fix everything by next week, so we can enjoy it again to the fullest. It's a very nice new space. I'm very satisfied.
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I'm very happy with Acorn Meadows Park. I really love how good the graphics are and the rewards that we get.
Once everything is working again though, it gets a "very satisfied" from me. Also I wrote my suggestions here: http://community.us.playstation.com/t5/PlayStation
Nice touch on the hidden cave behind the waterfall.
Oooh! Got to check that out! Is it this waterfall?
As far as voting, I am neutral. Too many bugs that should have been worked out before release. Acorns accumulate slowly, but I do like doing the races. That's fun. I have an idea for a dog. How about Cerberus? That I'll buy!
I wonder if the bicycle collisions written about could be due at least in part due to the difficulty of steering the bikes. And oh Lord, I hate going in the water and not being able to get out.
The boats are easier to pilot (pedal?) but there's some problem there. Some boats are empty and it's amusing to push them around.
I'm sorry if I bumped anyone riding my bike or boat.
I voted Very Satisfied, yes even with the bugs. If taken for what this space is, a park the bugs for me are just a side note. Given the size, the look and the things they have put into the space i'm not really shocked that there are some bugs, for me it doesn't take away from my enjoyment when I'm there. I can't remember the last time a public space came out that didn't have bugs from the start and nowhere near as nice as this space. Veemee hit a home run with this one and i'm 100% sure they will clean out the bugs given the fact the time and effort they put into this place and their bottom line is probably affected by the bugs as well. This is the kind of spaces we need in home, so lets give them a chance and take a wait and see approach before we hammer them to hard for a few insects that slipped through.
Very satisfied. I think the park has quickly become a signature space for people to meet in, use LMOs and just relax. I'm confident the bugs we're experiencing right now will be fixed quickly.
It certainly puts a space like The Prarie to shame... why that never had showjumping, barrel racing or a dressage type competition is beyond me.