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Sony teaches you how to make your own PS3 themes


9:40 AM on 08.05.2010
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Did you know you can create your own PS3 themes. There's even a PlayStation 3 Custom Theme downloadable pack to get you started.

Theme creation ranges from simple things like editing the kit icons a bit to starting from scratch. The EU PlayStation blog has a bunch of tips on how to make your own. There's an example that shows how a Japanese Manga theme was created, custom XMB icons and all.

I have some Destructoid custom backgrounds but I'd love to see a full-blow Destructoid PS3 theme, complete with all the little icons and sounds. Any takers?






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