Would still like that eagle companion./
Great suggestion! We've actually already got this written down on our ideas board from a previous suggestion
We'll definitely be bearing it mind for our next content generation meeting, though, so fingers crossed!
Lockwood. I had asked lockwood they have already been talking about it. yay
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☆ A spooky, haunted hospital personal/clubhouse space equipped with patient rooms and an operating room with the quality of Cutteridge Estate. (Inspiration can be taken from real life haunted hospitals or games like Silent Hill/Fatal Frame/Siren)
☆ A clubhouse(any theme) that adds a mini game similiar to the Dead Island Photoshoot, where friends can co-operatively take pictures together with various poses and props.
☆ A clubhouse/apt of a Victorian Gothic Dollhouse similiar to the Toy Story space.Where if you look outside the dollhouse it's a larger room.(That you can also run around in.)
☆ More Accessory Slot items.(Hairbows, Mini Lolita Crowns & Top Hats etc)
☆ Food items for "ACCESSORY" slot hanging from our mouths. (Lollipops, Strawberries)
☆ New hairstyles including Lolita Curls, Exaggerated anime type hair, & wigs that are weird colors/streaks.
☆ Giant Lollipops for our "HAND" slot
☆ Rose Eyepatches
☆ Circle lens for the ultimate doll or animated look in the "GLASSES" slot. (LIKE CANDY EYES IN JP )
☆Here's some misc. images of clothing to take inspiration from.
☆NEWLY ADDED* Maybe someone can make some fullbody furry outfits? Nothing wrong with a little fur.
☆ NEW default hair colors.. ■■■■■■■■■
☆ NEW default skin colors..■■■■■■■
☆ NEW lipstick colors..■■■
☆ Graphical update to eyelashes, also giving more eyelash options.
☆ Graphical update to eyeshadow, also giving more eyeshadow options.
Thank you everyone for making..
LMO items, The Morbids, Konami Succubi, Stitchkin Ponies, & Candy Furniture.
(*≧▽≦) ♪ One Night Carnival! ☆(≧▽≦*)
Its been a while since I made a suggestion but I had a brief conversation to some about this last week and decided to go ahead. WARNING: this is a recommendation for not a virtual item but a virtual space.
From time to time we see threads from users recalling some of the spaces that went offline over the past year or so. Much of these threads usually go on with no clear answer except for the natural assessment that we are not likely to see these spaces publicly again for the foreseeable future. But what strikes me about these threads is one common factor.
Although PlayStation Home is still a relatively young program (4 and a half years if you count closed beta), it is becoming more abundantly clear there is a nostalgia factor growing amongst it base. And as with anything nostalgia-related, there is an untapped potential for marketing to this growing base. Music labels like K-Tel and Rhino routinely release classic albums and compilations from decades past. Shout! Factory releases DVD sets of TV series from the past several years, and digital sub-channel networks like This-TV and MeTV air classic television shows. Even GameTap catalogues classic PC and console games on their network.
So my recommendation (as you can see where I’m going with this) is to resurrect certain “retired” spaces and retrofit them as personal spaces or even clubhouses. File them under a label of “Home Classics”. While this may not be optimal for “group lobby” spaces like Central Plaza, I would think that other spaces like Sully’s Bar or The Gamer’s Lounge could be tweaked and released for sale as private spaces in the exact reverse approach of the “Open House” strategy where certain private spaces are “sampled out” to the public audience. Those who miss and desire these spaces would most certainly pay a reasonable price to keep a virtually-identical reiteration of the public space. Most private spaces these days are even larger than Sully’s or the Gamer’s Lounge.
Now, I can see the possibility that this recommendation is not without its challenges. I don’t pretend to know the viability of re-coding or programming these spaces to private use (especially taking into account furniture or active items), but I suspect it shouldn’t be too difficult. And I realize certain spaces may be contingent on licensing issues (even though I myself and others I know would love to see the RE5 movie set space). That being said, I think this is a recommendation well worth considering. I know at least one person who will buy such a space.