Hello everyone! Welcome to the April issue of Shout!
For starters, I would like to give a Shout! to @joanna_dark_ for her wonderful fashion videos! Excellent job on your creations! Here’s one of our favorites:
Last month’s question was,
“What are your favorite games in Home – past, present, and future?”
Here are a couple that we liked:
“I think my favorite game on PS Home would have to be the Scorpion Squish thingy in Sodium.”
Ha ha. Even though I haven’t done that in a while, those robotic insects need a good stomping.
Mika – @wolfen40:
“I must say I enjoy a full game of poker mostly with friends, but playing at the Godfather2 space is cool. Places I wish Home would add more of are ballrooms, classy clubs and give avatars the ability to float on blowup chairs at the beach lol maybe even to cross regions at will again. One thing is sure Home will only get better:)”
I would have to agree with having a good poker venue, as well as having more abilities for avatars to perform.
Thank you to everyone that responded!
This month I would like to talk about the friends we have on our PSN lists.
Due to the triple disaster that happened in Japan on March 11 th, 2011, it became an extremely sad day for many of us here at PSTalent.com as well as the entire PlayStation Community.
So many of us are from other regions and across the world. In addition, many of you, including myself, have multiple accounts in other regions. Whether you’re from NA, EU, HK, or JP, we end up meeting people from all sorts of background, even creating a bond. We play games with some of them. Others, we actually have a chance to hang out with on Home or voice chat over PSN, which is its own experience.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve been able to get in contact with a few friends in Japan. Most seem to be a bit shaken by everything that has happened, but still holding up well. Some of them I have not heard from, nor have they been online since that day. I keep telling myself they are busy or are having power and connection issues.
This month we’re doing something a little different. We’re going to ask for each one of you to take the time to reflect on a distant friend you’ve made. Please comment on how you met, the first thing that made you decide to add them to your friends list, and how far away they are from you.