I can only imagine that I will spend a great deal of time customizing my avatar to my liking trying to make it as original as possible. Then, maybe head over to my apartment to add a little flava. Ok all done with customization.
Next, I would probably explore various themed lounges especially games I own like MotorStorm. Maybe even hookup with some people there who want to race online. And, from time to time play a mini-game or watch a movie with some friends or family (I have relatives in the military spread across the globe who have PS3s. So it will be cool to watch a movie, & play games together).
I love to meet new people so I plan to spend some time hanging out in the central lounge also. I learn a lot from new encounters like the good and bad stuff about certain games (I read a lot of reviews before purchasing a game. If the majority says it sucks, then I most likely will not buy.).
So what will you do when you get in Home?
- To get some ideas from other users on what they plan or imagine they will do when they get into Home.
- To give the developers that read this forum feedback to what people expect or hope from Home.
Bobert wrote:Theres already an identical thread on this.First im gonig to try and download it. In the fall, about 1.7million people are gong to be trying to download it, im gonig to have to dedicate an entire day to it!
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If it is beta, most likely look for clipping issues, walls that can be walked through, and text errors.
Followed by testing streaming and file transfer functionality.
Those will be the most obvious problems, before working on more obscure use cases.
First thing I will do at actual launch of Home is create an avatar that looks just like me, and then customize my home.
Not sure how much use it will actually get from me until there are more games that use it.
It will most likely just be initial setup and a bit of looking around. I do not see myself using it too much until the end of this year, to the middle of next year, as the PS3 library grows.