Yes I agree I also have seen more problems with the older (Kids) then the younger ones. I have had been involved in quite a few Beta's and I sometimes have my son play the ones I really don't like and he gives me great feed back that we pass to the developers. Where the college and high school students keep the bugs and exploits for them selves to use on us later. Sony should start disabling any tester that is not reporting in when they should or if they are not logging in why have the beta if you are not testing the functionalities of the application. Don't punish someone for being young they may have a genuien interest in Game Development and this sort of thing will excite them and show a differant aspect to gaming. As a parent I think a child envolvement can be a great learning experiance.
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Maticusfinch wrote:First of all, congratulations to all who read this, this is my first playstation post! You are all priveledged! Anyway, I'm just really impressed with everything Home is supposed to offer thus far. Honestly, it doesn't sound like much, but just having some sort of achievement system is a very smart move on Sony's part. There are a lot of games that I decided to buy for the 360 just because of the whole achievement point system. I'm a huge nerd like that, apparently. Wish I could have gotten into the beta, but I guess I'll have to suck it up, eh? Good luck to all of us out there who didn't get invited =Þ
Yeah, we are all extremely fond and anxious for Home. Don't lose your beta hopes, though. If you don't make the closed beta, the open beta offers 50,000 spots for testers. I guess 50,000 out of ±600,000 PSN users is better than only 15,000 in the closed beta, but your odds of getting in will increase if you try to check the Home Beta Trial site as often as possible.
I'm also very pysched about Home's trophy system and the Hall of Fame section. I can't wait for my skill in games to be acknowledged. An 8 foot tall, 3D model of a Chimera after I get 10 headshots in 5 seconds in Resistance? I'll take it