Remember the world before the PlayStation Home open beta launched? You may, because it looked a lot like the world after PlayStation Home launched. Still, Sony has some numbers they'd like to share with you:
It's technically an "Open Beta," but PlayStation Home features major security vulnerabilities that hackers have already exploited. The first, seen here in blurry video, allows you to play, say, Pineapple Express on Home screens.
We knew it was on the way, but last we'd heard, PlayStation Home was coming December 17th. Wrong! PS Home will actually launch worldwide tomorrow.
According to Times Online, the PlayStation Home open beta will hit on December 17th. From an article published yesterday:
In case you're curious as to the progress of the PS3's upcoming PlayStation Home, the 3D Second Lifeish world in which you can interact with others, watch movie trailers, play games or just decorate a virtual apartment, one of our own readers was invited to participate in Sony's closed beta program and then kindly…
According to a SCE's New Zealand Boss, the PS3 will be getting a digital tuner add-on and DVR functionality during the first quarter of next year, coinciding with the launch of Freeview (UK terrestrial broadcast) in New Zealand. While not yet priced or shown to us in pretty pictures, when combined with PSHome's…