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We had a total of 25 entries in this giveaway with a last minute entry from Kane112. During the giveaway I built yet another way to enter the lottery. By liking the giveaway post and posting to your Facebook wall.
I picked 6 at random and the winners are: Tosh, Oly, EdEN, FooBear408, Kane112, tjf588. FooBear408 finally won something! Congrats to all. After you try it out, let us know what you think in this forum topic.
Let me know which MechJet you want. Winners chosen in order will get first dibs. So give me your top 5 choices. I snagged the green male MechJet.
[Update: Since Jay accidentally entered, since he was helping me test things. I picked another winner at random and tjf588 won!]
Lockwood Publishing was very generous and allowed us to giveaway 6 Mechjets. We have 3 male versions and 3 female versions. These actually transform into jets so you can fly around home. They even have powers, photos and details after the jump!
Check out this cool new personal space from Lockwood Publishing. Invite your friend over and have a virtually dance party in this neon party space. You can have a interactive animated hexagonal dance floor and a gift machine so your friends don’t leave empty handed. If you get tired of dancing you can take the teleporters to Sodium2, SodiumOne and the Sodium Hub.
In case you didn’t know this is a free game inside of PlayStation Home. Here is a preview of the 3rd track released from Lockwood Publishing. In case you missed the launch trailer you can check it out here.
Hey Home-goers, today, Sony has unveiled their plans for Home v1.5 at GDC in San Francisco, and has announced that it will be released this Spring. With that, what will be expected in version 1.5 of the application?
The update will introduce a suite of new technology with tools that will enhance your experience with real-time multiplayer, improved physics, as well as more realistic graphics and animations.
Although the update isn’t as user-facing, what i does have is more tools for developers to have more freedom in creating games specific to Home, which will, then affect us directly. To help us get an idea of what kinds of improvements in games we can expect, launching alongside the update, will be Lockwood Publishing’s SodiumTwo, which is a jet-type racing game that features a number of customization options (as can be viewed in the video above).
Can’t wait to see what other games developers come up with thanks to v1.5. It does sound a bit promising, and would likely get more folks to hop into Home more often, for sure.