I don't know how...
I saw it at the Blog:
Space looks amazing… might actually have to check out Home again.
Also, I hateeee hip hop gamer. Never seen a more unprofessional video game journalist… If you can really call him that.
Yes, the space looks amazing. It’s a very personally exciting release for me. I think anyone who retains a little bit of their childhood innocence or heck, anyone who was lucky enough to have their own treehouse will instantly enjoy this gorgeous space.
As for HipHopGamer, he’s definitely a character, and his presence makes the enthusiastic press all the more colorful and fun.
hiphop gamer is a joke, for Sony to even give this guy a sec of a mention is truly appalling… jeers
okay, someone need to tell me why people don't like HHG ?
And I'm going to remove this post later...Or not!
edit: Hey, Future Al here, y'known. this thread was suppose to be remove complely, until it was somehow revived. i kindal saw it while fooling around. but ignores it. so...ignore this thread, please
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I don't think anyone is going to hand Hip Hop Gamer a Pulitzer Prize anytime soon, but that's not the point of his show. He talks about Sony stuff with a great deal of enthusiasm, and from what I've seen in the Theater, he knows his stuff.
It's good that GlassWalls and Sony work to bring different points of view and different types of content to the Community Theater. Not everything will appeal to everyone, but that's part of the fun.
North America has a very unique resource in the Community Theater, one that will hopefully grow and include even more types of programming over time. It's alright to say that you don't like a show, or that it doesn't appeal to you, but try to keep it civil. I'm sure HHG works very hard to put out a good show. If it's not your thing, it's not your thing, and that's cool, but don't criticize Sony for having it or other people for liking it.
They are getting advertising dollars from the U.S. Air Force - and you know the prime target of the military recruiters is teens, especially those who might have difficulty getting a better job than the military can offer. I completely understand the Sony marketing strategy. They need to draw a wide range of markets, segmented by demographic data they can show potential advertisers, to gain that important source of revenue.
HipHop Gamer does NOT suck. He appeals to a market segment whose demographic and psychographic profiles are quite different from yours. Otherwise known as 'different strokes for different folks'. The range of offerings in Home goes all the way from HipHop Gamer at one end of the spectrum to HomeStation Magazine at the other. You can't expect someone who loves to read "Vanity Fair' or "The New Yorker" to also be buying every comic book that comes along (or are they called graphic novels now?). So these considerations are very important to any advertising agency interested in putting a portion of their client's ad budget into a virtual reality site or any other media.
We all have different likes and dislikes. But that is certainly no reason to toss out insults or try to convince others to agree with you. Our diffrent likes and dislikes makes things very interesting in the world and in Home.
So some may not like Hip Hop Gamer. Great. That's why we have different auditoriums in the Theater. You don't have to see the program. But other people may want to watch him. Isn't that okay?
Home wants to be entertaining and fun for all people. It's a very big task as not everyone will like the samething. So we have variety. Different programs for different people. It's all cool.
I think it's pretty cool that Home is allowing people to showcase their own programs, interests and support for Home, the PSN and the PlayStation. This is only one thing that will bind our community together, to make us bigger and stronger.
We have some negativity in Home. We are all aware of it. Some of the negativity tends to push people away from Home. Isn't it nice to have people who want to keep people here and to draw others back. By offering us varying styles of entertainment, Home is doing what it can to keep the community happy and together.
P.S. I don't care what people say about glass walls. a) because you can't see thru him, he's actully not transparent at all. b) He was one of the few people who actually listened to what i had to say about what took place at the EA sports complex. Despite his outrageous colored hair, he means well. Glass walls, kudos to you.