Second Life Ps3

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Second life ps3

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Hello SL citizens,
I just viewed a video on You Tube which showed the PS3’s “Home” environment. Essentially, for those that don’t know, Home is a virtual environment (I just said that) where anyone with a PS3 can go to hang out, build, buy, chat, etc. From what I saw, it looked like a Second Life, albeit much better graphics. However, the major difference is that although you can have private areas and public areas, all content is purchased via the PS3 online store…which sucks.
The graphics are smooth and beautiful. And when I saw them select a chair prim and drop it, it dropped in a very realistic physics manner—which is super cool. They said that this Home environment will grow in time…and essentially anyone on the PS3 network can join…but why the hell won’t they let the users create content? Oh…right…they want more money, what was I thinking. The $600 PS3 isn’t enough, we need to support the Home servers of course.
The avatar creation was a bit weak (again, no user content). They say there are millions of combos, but most of these “millions” come from purchasing content from the Sony store.
Anyway… You Tube it…check it out. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSADSjKhZAc
~Michael Bigwig
Lead Designer, Glowbox Designs

Second Life Ps3

~Michael Bigwig
__________________________________________________Lead Designer, Glowbox Designs

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