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What do you think of Home?

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How do you think of Home? In other words, how seariously do you take it? In my opinion I see not much point in besides from getting free stuff from now and then. 

 

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Re: What do you think of Home?

Sep 14, 2013

Omg, 514, you actually stepped foot on the home forums. Home is dying. Look at every thread and you'll see.


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King_xO-AsSaSSin wrote:

Omg, 514, you actually stepped foot on the home forums. Home is dying. Look at every thread and you'll see.


I think I will just go back to Off-Topic. I don't wanna see these brainwashed home users get mad about how Home is dying! Smiley Surprised

 

 

 

*runs back home in fear*

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Re: What do you think of Home?

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FiveFourteen wrote:

How do you think of Home? In other words, how seariously do you take it? In my opinion I see not much point in besides from getting free stuff from now and then. 

 

Smiley Tongue

 

 

 

 

 

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    A Off-Topic Reg


You know I'm going to go post in Off-Topic now...and then probably run away.

 

Home to me is a fun diversion, but it only holds my interest as long as I have interesting people to interact with. The virtual goods are fine little fun props, but the real entertainment, the enjoyment of Home (at least in my eyes) comes from friends. To answer your question, I guess I take it seriously enough that I'll miss it when it's gone, but not so much so that I fret over what I'll do without it.

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myalana wrote:

FiveFourteen wrote:

How do you think of Home? In other words, how seariously do you take it? In my opinion I see not much point in besides from getting free stuff from now and then. 

 

Smiley Tongue

 

 

 

 

 

From, 

    A Off-Topic Reg


You know I'm going to go post in Off-Topic now...and then probably run away.

 

Home to me is a fun diversion, but it only holds my interest as long as I have interesting people to interact with. The virtual goods are fine little fun props, but the real entertainment, the enjoyment of Home (at least in my eyes) comes from friends. To answer your question, I guess I take it seriously enough that I'll miss it when it's gone, but not so much so that I fret over what I'll do without it.


You must become a reg in Off-Topic. Come join us. We have cookies! Smiley Happy

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Re: What do you think of Home?

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You must become a reg in Off-Topic. Come join us. We have cookies! Smiley Happy


I don't know...I do love cookies, but I'm much more used to being off-topic in specific threads. To have a whole forum devoted to it confuses me.

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Re: What do you think of Home?

Sep 14, 2013

I only take my friendships I have on Home serious.

 

I enjoy Home for the creative factor.

 

But in all honesty Home and the Forums have no real bearing on my life, they are just services provided by a company.

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Home's like a giant toilet and we are the turds that keep floating around, refusing to flush. Occasionally people might spray Noob Away at the rim but ultimately it doesn't do anything.

I hope that sums up how I feel about Home.

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: What do you think of Home?

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myalana wrote:

FiveFourteen wrote:


You must become a reg in Off-Topic. Come join us. We have cookies! Smiley Happy


I don't know...I do love cookies, but I'm much more used to being off-topic in specific threads. To have a whole forum devoted to it confuses me.


Even though it is called Off-Topic some people furious when you don't post on topic. One post not related to the OP and all hell brakes. I will protect you and guide you through the Off-Topics young grasshopper!

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Re: What do you think of Home?

Sep 14, 2013

Thats aquestion I'll never understand. 

If you talk about respecting each others there will be one saying you take it too seriously.

Then if you mention seeing an avatar at an incovenient spot is not a reportable issue, another will call you a troll...

There is "serious" gamer out there. Do we go on these thread to ask them. " How seriously gaming is for you and why?"

 

Have fun, be yourself and stop asking yourself what's in others people head. You're just wasting time and energy.

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