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Sony needs more Home beta testers

2:57 PM on 08.07.2008 // Brad Nicholson

It’s been awhile since we last heard about solid information about the oft-delayed PlayStation 3 digital experience, Home. Today, PlayStationBlog announced that the closed beta for Home is expanding, and will be accepting new members at the end of the month. If you want to be one of those new members, you’ll have to apply. Luckily, it’s as easy as a few button presses.

Later today, the PLAYSTATION Store will be updated with a PlayStation Home theme. By downloading the theme, users are submitting an application to join the PlayStation Home Beta test community. We will be using a variety of criteria including activity on the PLAYSTATION Network to determine eligibility for the Beta community. Existing beta testers have automatically qualified to be part of the expanded beta.
I am always willing to join a good beta, nonetheless download snazzy themes. Also, I have to admit, I’m pretty excited. I’ve waffled on what I think about Home on a fairly consistent basis, but at least I could possibly get the opportunity to play the game finally. Are you guys going to try to get in on this?



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