I suggest that we have whole dining room or kitchen tables made with food and placesettings included. Or have them baked into future applicable personal spaces. This would cut down on us using item slots to decorate our apartments/homes.
During the holidays have prizes in events (if we should have events) that do not have the year emblazoned on them. That way we can use favorite items and clothing from previous years to celebrate the current yearly event.
No Man's Land: Survivor
The mission: Two teams start off at two different ends of a ten block long, five block wide playing field. Their mission is to make it to the opposite end of the space, and enter a tent, in order to win the game.
The time limit can be 30 minutes. The game will end when the time expires or all surviving players from one team have made it to their respective tent. Once this is done, the game will end and points will be calculated and prizes issued.When in the tent, the survivors can chat, wander around the tent or quit.
The survivors will also have the options to go outside and look at the battle in an invisible mode or have a satellite view of the play area. In either mode, they cannot interact with other active players.
Players who have quit prior the the calculation of the points will not be counted and not receive the prizes. And once they have quit, they cannot rejoin that particular game while it is still active. This will prevent padding of the score.
Players will want to kill their opponents in order to prevent them from making it to the end. As the objective of the game is to survive and enter the tent, kills will not count to the final score. Spped and the number of survivors is important.
Prizes will include temporary strengthening of armor and a more powerful weapon. These new items can be used in other game modes and should be timed to expire within five or ten minutes upon starting a new game.
I'd like to see more events like we used to have. Celebrity guests from PlayStation, gaming, Producers, Developers and even voice actors from games. It was always fun spending an hour or two visiting them. One of the best guests we had was Michael Rooker. He was funny and a little naughty. He visited the Home community for three hours answring questions.
But having guests talk about their games and launch sessions with the community is always fun.
Movie and television stars go on talk shows to promote their movies and shows. Why not have a voice actor such as David Hayter come on and promote the next Metal Gear Solid game he is involved with, or a movie he may have scripted?