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sharkone
07-03-2007, 23.27.37
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Il vero inizio dell'online Sony

http://photos.digitalrave.net/images/8520home2.jpg

sharkone
08-03-2007, 12.20.46
The Central Lounge
"The Central Lounge is the large social meeting space and is your initial starting point in Home. Communication is key in Home, and there are many simple ways to get to know people. Emotes are animations that get your point across fast. You can access short phrases using Quick Write, or if you have something big to say you can type with a Virtual or USB keyboard, or talk with a Bluetooth headset."

Once an avatar has been chosen, it can then move about the world freely and its first stop will likely be "The Central Lounge." Here, patrons will be able to see other people moving about and conversing with one another, and Sony has truly thought of everything when it comes to communicating (Quick Write options, USB keyboard support, and Bluetooth voice chat seem to integrate seamlessly). Clients can also use emotes to convey moods or just be ridi****us with motions like disco dancing, shoulder shrugs, pointing, waving, and plenty more.

One of the more interesting aspects of Home is actually made for businesses as opposed to users. That is, every wall can be used for dynamic content -- or more specifically -- advertising. Posters, HD-quality imbedded video, and eventually even websites can be slapped on the walls like a coat of paint. "Free through advertising' is obviously the model being used here (it's pretty non-invasive too).

Games Space
"The Games Space is where you can meet and relax with your friends with free casual games such as bowling, pool and retro arcade games."

If hanging out and talking to strangers or reading ads isn't your thing, the main lobby comes stocked with a couple of neat little mini-games. "HomePool" and "HomeBowling" were the examples shown off in the demo, but Phil also revealed a mini-arcade where you could play new downloadable titles that would be updated frequently. What's particularly cool about this setup is that you never leave the world when playing since you're free to look around your surroundings and zoom in and out of the arcade screen at any time.

Apartment Space
"Your Apartment Space is your private apartment where you can invite your friends and family. Your free, initial apartment can be decorated and upgraded to the height of luxury with furniture, accessories, pictures and videos from your own collection."

If there's one area where people will spend most of their time, it's definitely going to be "Home Space." Here, users can design their own apartment and modify their living quarters into a quaint little hideaway or a lavish two-story pimp pad. Plus, just like the outside areas are customizable for a paying businesses, your own home can likewise be customized by you.

Pictures, movies, and even websites can be imported from your hard drive or removable memory stick and put onto virtual television sets or picture frames in a matter of seconds. Wallpapers can be customized as well (some selections are even game-themed), and any furniture you buy is entirely physics-based (so there aren't any arbitrary slot restrictions in how many items you can have). Phil showed this off by dropping his virtual Bravia down the stairs a couple of times and made a joke about it being just as sturdy in the game as it is in real life. As an added bit of fun, Harrison even proved that his digital Bravia television set was outputting proximity-based audio, and when he walked too far away from it the sound reacted accordingly.

Sony is hopeful that friends and (more importantly) clans will use these apartments to get together and talk about strategies or setup gaming sessions. Users will be able hang out and listen to MP3s or audio CDs via virtual stereos if they choose, or can launch a group multiplayer game without having to leave their space. Eventually, players will even be able to add personal pool tables and arcade units of their own should they not want to venture out into the Lobbies. It's definitely a cool feature (we just wonder how effective it will be in pulling people in and keeping them there).

Hall of Fame
"The Hall of Fame is the space where your game accomplishments are stored as 3D Trophies and video for public and private display."

As Phil left his apartment, he moved on to my favorite space of the entire presentation -- The Hall of Fame. Sony's answer to the Xbox 360's achievement system, the HOF gives users the ability to view trophies they've earned from playing games in a real 3D way (some trophies even have audio or video aspects to them). What's more, is that patrons can even modify trophy cabinets and pick which trophies they want to show to friends.

Star Wars Episode III fans should also be happy to learn that you can view trophies for games that you haven't even earned yet in another room. Why would they be happy? Because those unearned trophies look like they're sitting in the floating soapboxes from the senate scenes of the last Lucas flick (it's a vast high-tech warehouse). Also of note: among the games scattered throughout the Hall of Fame, titles that have already been released, like Resistance and MotorStorm, had accessible trophies as well. Whether or not that means that you'll get these accomplishments retroactively or through a patch that comes later is unknown.

Sports Lobby
"Both game and non-game brands can strengthen their user communities in Home by custom building their own spaces."

Harrison's next stop was one that we didn't get to see much of, as it was more of a philosophy than it was a currently-existing room. Known as the "Sports Lobby" in this demo, it was an area was where fans of a particular type could congregate for specific games, franchises, characters, or even publishers. The example we saw, while not officially EA, looked a lot like an Electronic Arts room -- with a dedicated sports theme and plenty of mini-games (including a three-point basketball challenge). Obviously, the types of things that companies could do here are limitless, and Harrison plans to have non-gaming content have their own rooms one day as well.

Home Theatre
"The Home Theatre is a shared viewing area for the latest trailers, films and user-created content."

Our last stop was a convincing recreation of a local cinema known appropriately as "The Home Theatre." It's pretty straightforward, though pretty flexible too. Here you can watch DVD or Blu-ray movies you already own, view movies off your hard drive or memory stick, or simply stream content from the PlayStation Store and view it in a room with others while you do so. In the demo, Phil showed a bit of the Casino Royale trailer, a smidgen of Resident Evil Extinction, and then just walked the halls to show off some more navigational stuff.

http://ps3media.ign.com/ps3/image/article/770/770995/home-20070307054621417.jpg

orton
08-03-2007, 13.19.48
cioè ma scusate da quello che ho capito questo è l'xbox live dei sonari solo che controlleremo dei personagi 3d e potremmo andare in giro a cercare i nostri amici,provare le demo ecc ecc senza andarle a cercare nei menu come per 360???

Skyrise
08-03-2007, 13.47.49
cioè ma scusate da quello che ho capito questo è l'xbox live dei sonari solo che controlleremo dei personagi 3d e potremmo andare in giro a cercare i nostri amici,provare le demo ecc ecc senza andarle a cercare nei menu come per 360???

Con in più il fatto che puoi creare i tuoi ambienti, personalizzarli, sharare contenuti e quant'altro.

E gratis.

orton
08-03-2007, 14.15.29
Con in più il fatto che puoi creare i tuoi ambienti, personalizzarli, sharare contenuti e quant'altro.

E gratis.


LOL:hail:



ma anche scaricare dmeo e giocare on-line sarà gratis???

Skyrise
08-03-2007, 16.21.08
LOL:hail:



ma anche scaricare dmeo e giocare on-line sarà gratis???

E' già gratis, e rimarrà gratis.

MIKELE88
08-03-2007, 16.56.23
Veramente non ci sono parole...io sono semplicemente sbigottito :heart: !!!

wollam
08-03-2007, 17.41.33
magari è già stato chiesto ma....

quando dovrebbe cominciare a essere disponibile home?

io sono davvero supercontento, se prima avevo dei dubbi riguardo ai 600 euro che sto per buttare dalla finestra adesso mi sento rincuorato!

secondo me non ci sarà una abbassamento di prezzo prima di home...

gokou_84_
08-03-2007, 17.47.09
magari è già stato chiesto ma....

quando dovrebbe cominciare a essere disponibile home?

io sono davvero supercontento, se prima avevo dei dubbi riguardo ai 600 euro che sto per buttare dalla finestra adesso mi sento rincuorato!

secondo me non ci sarà una abbassamento di prezzo prima di home...

autunno (2007)

HanSolo
08-03-2007, 21.03.20
http://dailymotion.alice.it/video/x1e4p7_playstation-3-home?pmk=gio_cross

godete gente,godete.......

tutto stile the sims e gratissssssssssssssssssssssss!

VEGITA_on
08-03-2007, 21.48.05
Mi piace tanto ..ma davvero :hail: !
Questo e' un tassello pro' PS3 a casa mia :kiss:

FiammaBianca
09-03-2007, 10.10.29
:hello: Ciao ragazzi,
come forse saprete se qualche volta mi avete incontrato in qualche post io sono un felicissimo possessore di xbox360 che ritengo una console stupenda, vi dico però sinceramente che se fino a qualche giorno fa pensavo che non avrei mai preso ps3, dopo questa trovata di HOME ho cambiato idea ed ho capito che anche PS3 sarà mia. Purtroppo non al lancio per motivi di money ma per il prossimo natale ci faccio più che un pensierino.
Inoltre gioco molto anche con psp e mi piace la connettività che le due console insieme potranno avere.

Skyrise
09-03-2007, 11.43.23
autunno (2007)

La beta pubblica dovrebbe essere disponibile già da aprile. ;)

http://www.homebetatrial.com/

Skyrise
09-03-2007, 12.09.40
Ci sono altri dati interessanti su Home:

1) Occuperà circa 500mega su disco

2) Sarà possibile 'cancellare' dal mondo virtuale le persone sgradite in tempo reale premendo un tasto.

3) I contenuti nelle aree private create dai giocatori non verranno in alcun modo moderate o censurate da Sony. Nessun limite a cosa uno decide di metterci dentro insomma. Ed è una cosa importantissima.

sharkone
09-03-2007, 13.38.35
Ottimo per le due notizie, libertà e possibilità istantanea di togliersi dai piedi i rompi palle.

VEGITA_on
09-03-2007, 15.23.05
Quando una cosa e' bella e' bella ^_^.
Home sara' una figata Imho ...questa e' una mossa che tirera' molti utenti
nel mondo PS3 :D.
Sharky PSU a 1000 :eek2: !!
SEGA RULEZ ;)

MIKELE88
09-03-2007, 16.57.35
500 mega non sono molti ;) ...sarà davvero una cosa spettacolare!!! :eek2:

wollam
09-03-2007, 21.10.58
Ci sono altri dati interessanti su Home:


3) I contenuti nelle aree private create dai giocatori non verranno in alcun modo moderate o censurate da Sony. Nessun limite a cosa uno decide di metterci dentro insomma. Ed è una cosa importantissima.


OTTIMO OTTIMO OTTIMO.

sharkone
12-03-2007, 20.23.31
- Phil Harrison revealed some tidbits on PlayStation Home at GDC:

PlayStation Home was original developed for PS2, and the project was moved over to PlayStation 3 because PS2 lacks of key components like HDD and Cell processor
It is not a replacement of XMB (Cross Media Bar). XMB is still the fastest way to view media on PS3
Download and using Home will be free, the company is researching in offering premium services with in Home, such as special content offered by 3rd parties.
In future users can create their own contents, social networks and other creative things on Home