It's good to be Home.
Time of death: 8.02am BST.
Will cease letting EU players download content in December.
And kiss romantically.
UPDATE: New Trophies revealed.
New content still headed to Europe and North America.
Free COD Elite subscription also an option.
UPDATE: MS insists Harrison hasn't replaced Molyneux.
Your PSN account is now your SEN account.
Home offline, Killzone 3 affected.
Can you resist it?
5pm to 7pm.
Update 1.55 detailed in full.
Shoot other avatars!
Killzone, MotorStorm, Home offline.
Sony creating hub for social games.
Next Tuesday, 6pm UK time.
Some "literally spend their lives inside."
Half-a-million flood virtual show floor.
Sony employees "dancing in the streets".
Sony London, Liverpool and Evolution hit.
But Sony quiet on figure for active users.
And better graphics, thanks to new dev tools.
"It has come on in leaps and bounds."
Microtransactions its "bread and butter".
Sony compares now and then.
And "not an awful lot more".
Multiplayer space combat game added.
GAME opens virtual shop with real home delivery.
As beefy patch 1.4 arrives.
New group feature, wardrobe tweaks.
Four games inbound.
Virtual items going like pretend hotcakes.
New Navigator interface arrives.
Costumes, T-shirts, lightsabers.
Ain't no place like it.
Stay elfy this festive season.
Launch wacky fliers into the sky.
US launch of version 1.3 confirmed.
Room is out this year in Japan.
Avatarty on Sony later this month.
Plus post-apocalyptic apartment.
Finally. Update brings other toys, too.
Now downloaded over 7.5 million times.
Well, it does in America anyway.
Plus a Fat Princess mini-game with prize.
Sony has "philosophical targets" to hit first.
Along with the new Buzz! HQ area.
Estimates Sony Europe executive.
Nigh on half of them are based in Europe.
Fancy some stand-up comedy?
US gets SOCOM, Ghostbusters and more.
First content-sharing feature so far.
Sony not in it for a "quick buck".
But SCEE's working hard to sort it out.
Well, an apartment to be specific.
Enterprising plans for rest of April.
Former in US, latter in Europe.
Has mini-game for you and friends.
"Our competition struggles with community".
Still waiting for Warhawk and Uncharted.
Lots of stuff coming "in a few weeks".
Command Centre offers battle planning.
Plus: 4 million going Home, says Sony.
24 companies licensed to create content.
Costumes, game launching, Africa.
No word on price for virtual Frappuccinos.
Peter Moore quite addicted to indie title.
Includes website and PSP sign-ups.
And they're buying things, too.
At least as far as the devs were concerned.
Multiplayer games, leaderboards and more.
Plus Killzone and Resi clothes for Americans.
Could be used to spread viruses.
The "first step" towards sorting it.
It's up and running at last.
"It feels like 2005 tech in 2008."
All PS3 owners invited.
Worried Sony wants to take on WOW.
Online world will be "very successful".
Closed beta to finish soon, says Sony.
Even more to arrive next Thursday.
Only loyal PS3 fans on the list.
Fresh sightings start rumour mill.
Along with firmware 2.50?
What will lifestyle friends do now?
They've shut it down again now.
Assuming you're an active PSN user.
"I've been personally dinged many times."
This autumn, says David Reeves.
Gosen and Lewis pimp Xbox 360 avatars.
As was Eight Days, says Sony man.
"Let's go already," urges former Xbox man.
PlayStation Home also due in autumn.
Beta expanded to make it better.
Moderation and quality are the issues.
Others garish and hardcore, says dev.
Patch 1.3 to add other new stuff, too.
Based on beta feedback.
Kitchen is messy, bin smells.
It's the other way around.
Sony underestimated challenge.
Next spring, says Hirai.
Sony discusses security.
Sony US spills beans.
Shane Kim doubts Home.
Internal testing for now.
Couldn't help ourselves.
Until Sony realised what it had.
Loads more details in dev Q&A.
Virtual Changing Rooms.
Harrison's GDC surprise guessed?