Spunland, the 'experimental, multiplayer playground' enters PlayStation Home
- Posted February 20th, 2013 at 08:27 EDT by Steven Williamson
- 3 Comments
A brand new world in the heart of PlayStation Home has launched today. Spunland is free to download and is described as “the kind of place Tim Burton might wake up to if he fell off the Magic Roundabout, giving his head a bit of a bump on the way down”.
Spunland is a multiplayer Home space allowing you to meet up with other players, chase Spun rabbits, ride around on the ‘The Flusho Spunner Locomotive’ and experiment with the environment to see what surreal things can be achieved.
The best way to describe it is not with words. Check out this video...
Richie98 | rics1998
- 8:39am EST - February 20th, 2013
I think,i shouldn't have watch this....
A_Drifter | A_Drifter
- 12:55pm EST - February 20th, 2013
***Playstation Design Headquarters****
"OKay guys how can be waste even more money and make sure we make any reasonable player delete out Home app?" Says the creative Director.
"Oh! How about we make an empty looking sandbox with some weird looking animated trees and random things to pick up, I believe it'll only take me 10 minutes to produce." Says the generic designer
"That sound like a great idea! And we can have those awful normal playstation Home controls that make it worth completely not playing!? I think we are on to something here! We don't need party chat or a laggy interface when we have Spunland!" The creative Directed retorted.
- 1:29pm EST - February 20th, 2013
Have you missed the part where they can't do party/cross chat because they dont have enough ram in the OS or are you being deliberately obtuse? Secondly the dev team for Home has nothing to do with anything other than Home, they're not wasting anything but the time they were formed to waste and frantkly even though I defend home because it's existance isn't harming anyone, they barely have any funding for creating anything much larger than that. It's a simple diversion for people who dont want to pay for the more premium content, and not worth your being douchy about it.