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Re: What Is Your Great Home Regret?

Aug 25, 2013

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My biggest regret was buying ugly clothes that I would never use that clogged up my wardrobe, but as Joanna mention, we didn't have a big selection back then...

 

What was I thinking buying these items:

That blouse looks like whoever wears it has a bad back...

That skirt looks like its made out of tin, people would actually insult the skirt the few times I did wear  it.

And the ice skates from the hockey bundle, what fun walking around Central Plaza with no ice while wearing ice skates. ( the men didn't get the hockey pants for like almost a year)

 

 




Do you mean the male hockey pants are available somewhere? Never could find them!

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Re: What Is Your Great Home Regret?

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Dr_Do-Little wrote:

LiLBlueEyes wrote:

My biggest regret was buying ugly clothes that I would never use that clogged up my wardrobe, but as Joanna mention, we didn't have a big selection back then...

 

What was I thinking buying these items:

That blouse looks like whoever wears it has a bad back...

That skirt looks like its made out of tin, people would actually insult the skirt the few times I did wear  it.

And the ice skates from the hockey bundle, what fun walking around Central Plaza with no ice while wearing ice skates. ( the men didn't get the hockey pants for like almost a year)

 

 




Do you mean the male hockey pants are available somewhere? Never could find them!


I might be wrong, I think the pants did come out after a long wait, only to be discontinued or retired or taken off the market.

 

Another mystery or probably a question for the brainiac contest?

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Re: What Is Your Great Home Regret?

Aug 25, 2013

I would've not made some of the choices I did back in the day.

Perhaps I would have not hanged around some of the now ex friends, I would have called a best friend then.

I've learned a lot since then, and now make much more better choices for myself.

 

Personally, I don't regret never visiting spaces or getting a certain limited time item.

It's mostly based around, perhaps if I hadn't hanged around a certain individual before, things would've been a lot less dramatic for my friends and myself.

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I made a good friend on Home around a year ago. He showed me around and a lot of how things work here. So I regret saying something that angered and offended him so much that he blocked me and never wanted to see me again. Man Sad

 

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I regret buying a junk box 360 and not a ps3 in 20008. The money I wasted on live could have went towards psn and home smh.
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not getting the villains lair set

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I regret buying a junk box 360 and not a ps3 in 20008. The money I wasted on live could have went towards psn and home smh.

I somewhat regret that. I also bought an Xbox 360 in 2008 instead of a ps3. I did it because the 360 was cheaper than the ps3 back then. But I never even heard of Home until about 2010. But I don't regret the great times I had playing Fable 2 and 3. Those games were epic!

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Re: What Is Your Great Home Regret?

Aug 26, 2013

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I regret buying a junk box 360 and not a ps3 in 20008. The money I wasted on live could have went towards psn and home smh.

That is sad. My sympathies. Don't let it happen this generation! Smiley Wink

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Aug 26, 2013

My biggest regret on Home is that it was a little too late for me to purchase all of the Saints Row 2 and 3 content since THQ has sold the franchise to Deep Silver and no longer available to purchase in the NA Home stores. Though, I bought Johnny Gat's trademark jacket beforehand and planning on buying Saints Row: The Third avatar icons and the Ultimate Edition of the 2nd game to compensate it.

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Re: What Is Your Great Home Regret?

Aug 26, 2013

I can't really say I have any regrets but I would have done some things differently.

 

When I first started on Home, there were so many spaces to visit that I never got around to the Uncharted 2 space. Then one day we were told that it was being removed "for maintenance" and that "it will be returned" at some point. I believed them and didn't go there when I had the chance. Needless to say, it was never seen again. 

 

I think I would do the Kikai event differently. One day I was in the Secret Base and someone asked about one of the quests (I guess I looked like I knew what I was doing). While helping him someone else saw this and asked about a different quest. A lot of times I saw people with questions while in the base and I would help out if I could but usually I was just running through there on my way to the next location. It turns out helping those guys out was a lot more interesting then grinding for the leaderboard. While I enjoyed this event, I think I would have had a better experience hanging around the base more helping out.

 

 

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