Street Fighter IV Live Q&A, Resident Evil 5 Space Hit PS Home
PlayStation Home Online Community Specialist Locust_Star detailed some PlayStation Home events scheduled for this week as follows:
First, we are holding a live Q&A session with John Diamonon and Seth Killian from Capcom today, March 4th.
This chat will focus on all things related to Street Fighter IV and will give a few lucky attendees the chance to win a more intimate follow-up Q&A (complete with an SFIV tips and tricks tutorial) in a private clubhouse at a later date.
To participate in the general Q&A, just bring your bad self over to the Gamer's Lounge today between the hours of 7:00 - 9:00pm PST (10:00 - 11:00pm EST) - and don't be afraid to show up dressed as your favorite SFIV character!
To start, John and Seth will be "instance-jumping" throughout the event, so if you're in the Gamer's Lounge and you don't see them, cool out and sit tight! They'll be making the rounds.
These two gents will be tackling the most popular questions culled from the official PlayStation Home forums (under the usernames "HIERO9D3" and "clothhand"), but will hold a brief open chat afterwards.
To qualify for the private chat, make sure you attend the general Q&A decked out in the Dan Saikyo shirt (unlockable in Home). Attendees sporting this hot reward will be entered into a drawing and then chosen at random to participate. If you make the list, we'll send you details via private message in your XrossMediaBar regarding the time and date of the follow-up session.
In other news: We're launching the Resident Evil 5 game space tomorrow, March 5th. So dress yourself up in that free Resident Evil gear available in the Mall, check out the new space, and learn more about the game before it launches later this month. We'll be looking out for you!
It has been a while since I have been in HOME too. But it's nice to see more spaces opening up. I'm not keen on the clothing and costumes, but the spaces are somewhat appealing. I think it would be nice if you could "walk" to the spaces as an option, instead of warping to them. That would make everything a bit more open.