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Re: My thoughts on the Robot Canine

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Conrad_Max wrote:

Yesterday's blog and GlassWall's replies informed us as to what the dog would do and where it could be used.

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Get your Portable ID!

he should have included that in the actual blog post.

and they really need to actualy describe some items in the description of them in stores on Home.

witty little remarks are nice and all, but actually knowing what youre buying is better.


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Conrad_Max wrote:

Yesterday's blog and GlassWall's replies informed us as to what the dog would do and where it could be used.

PlayStation_Home_Blog

The way you play the game is the way you live your life.

Get your Portable ID!

he should have included that in the actual blog post.

and they really need to actualy describe some items in the description of them in stores on Home.

witty little remarks are nice and all, but actually knowing what youre buying is better.

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Last 6 purchased games.

I second the underline part.  Marketing talk is great to persuade, but not knowing what the buyer is getting and find out later to be inufriating is simply a false advertisement.

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Art_of_Ronin wrote:

Marketing talk is great to persuade, but not knowing what the buyer is getting and find out later to be inufriating is simply a false advertisement.


That sounds like a good suggestion for the suggestion thread. I would post it there also.

Back on topic: I named my dog "Sprocket".

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Re: My thoughts on the Robot Canine

Jan 20, 2011

Back_In_Brown wrote:

Art_of_Ronin wrote:

Marketing talk is great to persuade, but not knowing what the buyer is getting and find out later to be inufriating is simply a false advertisement.


That sounds like a good suggestion for the suggestion thread. I would post it there also.

Back on topic: I named my dog "Sprocket".

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Na na this is NA home, We do everything wrong. So tough luck hahaha...



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Re: My thoughts on the Robot Canine

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Art_of_Ronin wrote:

the_original_se wrote:

Conrad_Max wrote:

Yesterday's blog and GlassWall's replies informed us as to what the dog would do and where it could be used.

PlayStation_Home_Blog

The way you play the game is the way you live your life.

Get your Portable ID!

he should have included that in the actual blog post.

and they really need to actualy describe some items in the description of them in stores on Home.

witty little remarks are nice and all, but actually knowing what youre buying is better.

Ashes... ashes... we all fall down...
Last 6 purchased games.

I second the underline part.  Marketing talk is great to persuade, but not knowing what the buyer is getting and find out later to be inufriating is simply a false advertisement.

I actually did include the information—the Canine was specifically referred to as an "active item" in the blog post (which in Home that means objects that are only able to be used in personal spaces). Then in the comments, I did answer that due to its nature, it has to stay home (lowercase "h," referring to personal spaces).

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Re: My thoughts on the Robot Canine

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Thanks for the clarification GW! I managed to upload pictures (just need to insert them in the HTML format)

Also, I once found my robo dog sleeping on the cushion.... lazy -- and cute like a real dog ^_^

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I am going to have to get me one of those.

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Re: My thoughts on the Robot Canine

Jan 21, 2011

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Also, I once found my robo dog sleeping on the cushion.... lazy -- and cute like a real dog ^_^


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looks like hes trying to do a handstand but cant quite get his legs all the way up. XD


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Re: My thoughts on the Robot Canine

Jan 30, 2011

The commercial is on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxDsIqHQ5Q4

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