Either way, I'll try to help out a bit with retrieving this code. JAM Games are quite deservant of these things anyways.
I already follow JAM Games on twitter and Subbed to them on YouTube. Now, how do I like them on FaceBook? I'll do what ever I can to help as well.
Thanks, Rob. You go to their page, http://www.facebook.com/pages/JAM-Games-Ltd/269253
Saw this on Jam Games's Twitter account. If you have Facebook, please like their page. If you have Twitter, please follow 'em. If you have a Youtube account, please subscribe to them. Let's get that code, people.
If you haven't done it already - add your Like/Follow/Subscribe to JAM games. Let's get that pot of gold!
I added them, a while back, but it's these types of promotions that should be a BIG wake up call for those that think Home has "millions" or even "tens of thousands" of active users.
Last year EU Home had a promo for a free companion is they reached 10k followers (PlayStation Home EU) after several months they still had less than 8k followers so they announced that to get the reward they would have to reach 10k by the end of August. That date came and went with less than 500 new followers. So they extended the promo indefinitely until they reach 10k followers... Fast forward five months and an average of less than 15 followers a day - despite numerous reminders in the forum to follow them to get the reward, they finally reached 10k followers.
Sure, not every active user of Home uses Twitter (although I suspect the vast majority do in this day and age - being that they clearly like social networks), and many likely don't care about these promos, but others even made fake accounts to add to the follow count... So if there really were even just a million active users, these promos would be for the hundreds of thousands of followers... Not just a few hundred.
Where are the 27+ million registered users of Home hiding?
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. -