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Prehistoric Valley, Body Popping,futuristic party wear. Lockwood

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Have you heard what happened to museum curator and friend of Lockwood, Anton Lindles? He received a series of crates intended to contain models for his latest exhibition, but when he opened them up, he got way more than he bargained for. A pterodactyl, sabre tooth tiger and T-Rex all came hurtling out of the crates and totally trahed her museum. Fortunately, they were all tame and friendly – just a little disgruntled at being cooped up. They even let Lynda ride them, although the T-Rex had some interesting ideas about the best method of transportation….

 

 

 

Once Lynda got over the shock of being slobbered on by prehistoric giants, he returned to the crates and found something even more incredible. An inter-dimensional portal offering access to a lush Prehistoric Valley inhabited by cave people and more dinosaurs! He asked us here at Lockwood to come up with some Stone Age fashions so he could explore Prehistoric Valley further without disturbing the locals. He’s pretty sure there are some interesting artefacts to add to her collection if only he looks hard enough.

 

 

 

We were happy to oblige, but we’re kind of worried about him. The Prehistoric Valley is a vast and scary place and we wouldn’t want him to be lost and alone. That’s why we’ve made the crates and the outfits available via the store and the Gift Machine so you can head in after him and see what’s what.

 

 

 

Maybe you could take the prehistoric creatures along so they don’t get homesick?

 

 

 

  Prehistoric Valley - In the Store and Gift Machine

 

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Cabbage Patch kids were ugly and the Rubik’s cube was frustrating, but Body Popping? Body Popping was an eighties craze that kinda never went away. Modern pop and hip-hop music videos often show its influence in the form of flowing, fluid routines and broken marionette moves. Now you can try your hand at some old school moves with our Body Pop Dance Pack.

 

 

 

String together a Strut, a Glide Turn, a bit of Tutting, finish up with The Puppet and you’ve got a routine fit for the latest Drop Science video! Get a troupe of dancers together and have a dance battle with a rival troupe. If possible, bring an old dancer out of retirement to perform the battle-winning routine. Ah, dance movies… *disappears into nostalgic haze*

 

 

Body Pop Dance Pack – Male and Female - In the Store

 

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Skinny Ginny and Skinny Vinny – In the Store

 

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In space, no one can hear you party, making it the perfect venue for soirees and shin digs. In recognition of the fact that canapés and vol au vents are as important to space age socialising as teleporters and com screens, Iron Fusion have created some futuristic party wear.

 

 

 

The Elder Prestige collection combines innovative cuts with hi-tec fabrics to provide ultra-modern fashions. The men’s high-collared, tulip front jacket catches the eye while also providing a reminder of the high status of its wearer. The ladies’ statement piece, a plunging top with an impressive feathered collar, is straight off the runways of 2155.

 

 

 

Cabbage patch and running man with all the aplomb of a galactic council elder in these stylish Lockwood outfits.

 

  Iron Fusion Elder Prestige Clothing – In the Store

 

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When Lockwood first launched the Gift Machine, it was such a new experience for PlayStation®Home users, there was no way of gauging how successful it might be. Lockwood just had to sit back, watch the response and iron out any kinks as best they could.

 

 

 

Now Gifting is an established and much emulated Home trend, with other developers creating their own versions and new giftable items constantly being made available. This week, Lockwood are celebrating 100 consecutive weeks of Gift Machine updates with FREE ‘Bro, do you even gift?’ t-shirts. Send to a friend to celebrate more than two years of continuous gifting!

 

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NEW Victoriana Gothic Furniture – In the Gift Machine

 

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Everyone’s received the Terrible Clothing Gift at some point in their lives. A misshapen sweater knitted by an enthusiastic but inept aunt, neon jeans that you might have worn when you were fifteen but couldn’t possibly wear now, or an ill-advised hat that resembles a velveteen bucket.

 

 

 

Lucky for you, every item in the latest batch of Gift Machine clothing is chic, stylish and wearable. Pullovers, cardigans, jackets and dresses all sure to crop up on your friends’ wishlists soon. Stay ahead of the curve and send them something before they even ask. They won’t ask for the receipt on any of these mix and match gems.

 

and last but not least


LMO - Zombie Walk – In the Gift Machine

You can see the Zombie walk in full force in the Nightmare yacht video (at the beginning with the Cesar Calavera)

 

 

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VISIT US: www.lockwoodpublishing.com

LIKE US: facebook.com/LockwoodLKWD

FOLLOW US: @LockwoodLKWD

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: Prehistoric Valley, Body Popping,futuristic party wear. Lockwood

Oct 14, 2013

Wow will the content every slow down? The Prehistoric Valley looks awesome.

 

 

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Re: Prehistoric Valley, Body Popping,futuristic party wear. Lockwood

Oct 14, 2013
Those body pop dances.

No.
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Re: Prehistoric Valley, Body Popping,futuristic party wear. Lockwood

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Thew902 wrote:
Those body pop dances.

No.

Ditto on the "beggar" t-shirt. I would've been more impressed by a interactive handheld bum cup which users could deposit spare Gift Machine tokens into thereby transferring them to the recipient.

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Re: Prehistoric Valley, Body Popping,futuristic party wear. Lockwood

Oct 14, 2013

Jurassic Park Prehistoric Valley looks very cool indeed.  

 

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Re: Prehistoric Valley, Body Popping,futuristic party wear. Lockwood

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myalana wrote:
 I would've been more impressed by a interactive handheld bum cup which users could deposit spare Gift

Where I live, this doesn't mean what you think it means Smiley Indifferent !!!!

 

Mmmm, the copy pasta is exceptionally tasty today. Must be the exrta sauce and meatballs.

Jersquall: Any new news on Home on PS4 yet?

Tempest_Fire: Due to a shifting landscape, PlayStation Home will cease publishing new content on November 12, 2014.

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Re: Prehistoric Valley, Body Popping,futuristic party wear. Lockwood

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Prehistoric Valley looks amazing. I better top up with a PSN card for this.

When can we expect all of this this to arrive, Wednesday?
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Re: Prehistoric Valley, Body Popping,futuristic party wear. Lockwood

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EdwCarnby wrote:

myalana wrote:
 I would've been more impressed by a interactive handheld bum cup which users could deposit spare Gift

Where I live, this doesn't mean what you think it means Smiley Indifferent !!!!

 

Mmmm, the copy pasta is exceptionally tasty today. Must be the exrta sauce and meatballs.


It's information. Nothing wrong with copy paste. Eve does know quite a bit and it's nice she shares. 

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Re: Prehistoric Valley, Body Popping,futuristic party wear. Lockwood

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Mermaid-KT wrote:
Prehistoric Valley looks amazing. I better top up with a PSN card for this.

When can we expect all of this this to arrive, Wednesday?

Yes,
next update Wednesday 16th.

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Re: Prehistoric Valley, Body Popping,futuristic party wear. Lockwood

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EdwCarnby wrote:

myalana wrote:
 I would've been more impressed by a interactive handheld bum cup which users could deposit spare Gift

Where I live, this doesn't mean what you think it means Smiley Indifferent !!!!

 


That's an even better idea than mine! I wouldn't have fake it with that anime pose anymore, and I bet it would sell better than those Body Popping dances on offer.

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