TIME magazine has named Home as their #10 "gadget" of the year. I first want to point out that Home is not a gadget and shouldn't be on this list even if it was the most amazing thing in the world. Now that I got that little "issue" out of the way, I'll list some more problems. From the brief description I read, it seems that TIME has seen a very different Home than everyone else. They describe it as if they were a publicist at Sony and never even touched the "gadget". I don't see how a product that hasn't officially come out as of 12/8/2008 can be one of the top "gadgets" of the entire year. Maybe this is TIME's way of making up for not including MGS4 on their Top Ten Games of 2008 list...
Some fun facts for Home,
- It has not officially launched in 2008(as of 12/8/08).
- If it does manage to launch in 2008, it will still be in beta.
- There is nothing to do in Home.
- Did I mention that there really isn't anything to do in home?
...and by the way...I've "played" Home since I'm in the closed beta. It feels awfully nice to be hated on the internet, makes me feel all warm and gooey on the inside.