Posted 13 April
PlayStation Home: Arts And Spacecrafts
You might have seen a post earlier today announcing The Studio. To coincide with the launch of this new category in PlayStation Store, a brand new gallery is opening its doors in PlayStation Home on April 14.
Here the collection comes to life and you can peruse the work of The Studio’s top artists and designers in a unique circular gallery. And if you find something that tickles your creative fancy, you can purchase is as a theme for your XMB there and then.
Also, purchase any theme from The Studio before 11th May and get yourself an exclusive The Studio T-Shirt for PlayStation Home at no additional charge.
While you’re feeling cultured, the long-awaited Paris Clock Tower apartment is here. Also be sure to check out the Furniture store for a wide selection of accompanying Classical Parisian furniture. There are several great value bundles available for anyone looking to make a saving. For an extra classy touch, pick up one of five checkers tables available from Stuff.
Meanwhile, the folks at Lockwood have sent over the following detailing their latest update:
Fool Throttle is back with a vengeance!
After the sedate adventures of the Bunny Baron, Lockwood are bouncing back with something a little more high octane in the form of a fantasy dress-up twist to two well-known uniforms.
With a wicked cut and sassy style you won’t find our police woman and naval officer reporting for duty in any unit or fleet. The word around Home is they went rogue, playing by their own rules. So you would think these no-nonsense ladies would keep a low profile and conform to the norm.
Low profile? Ha! Officer Offbeat and Admiral Admired intend to become world fashion icons who are worshipped as goddesses. Think you have what it takes to pull off this look? The gauntlet is thrown! Admiral Admired and Officer Offbeat outfits are available as value packs for those who accept the challenge.
Also this week, become one of a strictly limited number of players to gain early entry to upcoming high-energy racer Sodium2 – exclusive to PlayStation Home.
Visit the commerce point in the new and improved Sodium Hub and, for a limited time, claim your free beta access teleportal. This will give you access to the adrenaline fuelled world of the Sodium2 beta via the teleportal entrance in the Sodium Hub. Don’t miss your chance to become one of the privileged few – test pilot a Sodium2 Velocity Racer today.
If you’re still reading you may already have missed out.
Elsewhere, Heavy Water brings a new collection of outfits to Home under the Heavy Ink brand:
Our classy Pin-up girls are perfect for a night out on the town. Full of fun and curves, these pin-ups will turn heads with their custom walk animations and more. Get out there and be a Pin-up – Heavy Ink style!
New outfits and separates will be made available in the near future – stay in the loop by going to www.heavyinked.com to see what’s in development, or follow us on Twitter @heavyh2o. Comments, ideas or requests? Drop us an email at email@example.com“>firstname.lastname@example.org.
FuturLab has provided the very latest in coconut clothing; and THQ is bringing their Hot Dog and Snazzy Suit from Saints Row 2.
PlayStation Home will be updated at the regular time on Thursday.