In Astro's Playroom you "explore four worlds, each based on PS5’s console components". Judging from the trailer, one of these worlds could be based around backwards compatibility with previous PlayStation systems.
It's unconfirmed, but it does seem odd for all systems to appear, and for them to appear in a game based on your system's functionality is very curious.This also works with the PS History tease we saw at the beginning of the Future of Gaming video.
In the trailer, robots are seen using a DualShock 1 and dancing on top of a PS3 Super Slim.At the end of the trailer we see them pulling out a PS2 from the floor, with the PS2 OS in the background.At other points in the trailer we see Astro jumping on PS1 discs, or walking across PS1 controller cables.
PS2: [https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EaTU_M5XQAA9LnJ?format=jpg&name=larg... keep reading on reddit ➡
#EDIT: I am closing this now BUT if you have posted, I WILL GET TO YOU. I promise!
Hello! I'm the person who hosted a throwback catalogue last week, promised to host more since I'm on holidays now, and then spent so much time chasing my own wishlist that I didn't actually host more... sorry. Anyway, I'm back (again!) with more catalogue events! Here are the following full sets available for catalogue, to the theme of a playroom or a kid's room:
There will be free DIYs near the catalogue area - you are welcome to take what you need. You can also pluck the hybrid flowers in the little garden next to the catalogue area (they're more aesthetic than practical tbh). I don't need anything in return so don't worry about leaving anything!
When picking up items, please drop them back in the section t... keep reading on reddit ➡
I'm hoping I'm in the right subreddit, and also hoping that the technology has reached the point of being able to do this.
I have a somewhat sappy idea since becoming a father. We have a playroom in our house and what I would really love to be able to do is set up some high quality camera(s) to record a 360/VR compatible view of the room so that later when my kids grow up, I can throw on some VR goggles and watch in 3D/VR my kids running around again and cry some manly tears.
Forgetting price a little bit, what would it take to have something decent set up to do this? All suggestions are welcome.
Sort of a continuation post from here: https://www.reddit.com/r/entitledparents/comments/fxl57k/i_dont_care_what_you_do_to_your_body_i_dont_want/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share
Everyone seemed to get a kick of reading how horrible my father and stepmother were. This one is fresh on my brain, so I'm going to put it here while I'll be able to remember. Someone wanted to know another tale, so here it is. Obligatory this is paraphrased, with my mother having filled in some of the blanks as I've blocked a lot out from this time in my life.
This happened after I'd no longer been able to go to therapy. Right before the summer, and due to all of this and more, I was going to end up having to repeat my junior year. It was two months before school would let out, and there was no way I could get my grades up to stay in the honour program I was in for high school. Because of this, my stepmother had decided to approach me about my room.
You see, as a little backstory, my fat... keep reading on reddit ➡
Look maybe we'll get one when they announce the PSVR2. But as of right now, just seems like a cute little freebie to show off the new features when you get your ps5.
The camera also clearly moves like it would if you moved it with a controller. Maybe they'll add a VR mode? But again. I think they're saving the actual sequel for PSVR2
The misses and I are finally getting a place to ourselves with a couple of extra rooms that we’re turning into playrooms.
If you never needed to hide any of the toys and tools of our lovely kink what would you prioritize putting in there?
Pick furniture, toys, mounts/hooks, cleaning equipment... whatever you think would make a fully immersive play space that will inspire our desires!
Hello! I am starting to daydream about a nursery set up. I have one small and one large bedroom available. I’m curious, going into toddler years, if it makes sense to turn one of them into a playroom. Or is it ok to keep all of a child’s toys in their bedroom? Which room would you use for which? Thanks for any advice!
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This game was more like a social space kinda like VR chat. You could meet people and play minigames. I think it had the same artistic style as the Playroom games, where you were a little robot guy. That last part might be off but I don’t remember. I think it came preloaded or something but you needed playstation plus to play it? Thanks for the help
A little while ago I posted about my 5 year old having this habit of just dumping her toys all over the floor and not actually playing with them. Since then my kids and I have done a complete overhaul and redo of the playroom. The kids picked 3 garbage bags of toys to donate when donation places open again and I did a quite minimalist look with toys on shelves. Well since then my youngest has not been dumping toys, she has actually been sitting there and playing with them. Sometimes she will take them on the floor or sometimes just play with them on the shelf (doesn't bother me either way, I'm just glad she's actually playing with them) it may not seem like much but I'm quite happy with our efforts. I think beforehand we had too many toys and she was just overwhelmed. It looks much better now. My kids did an awesome job helping too! Very happy momma here.
Looked pretty convincing for a PS5 start up screen.
Tokyo 2019-2020 is back for 4 more episodes, and we're ready for it. Putting BGND coverage on hold for the next 4 weeks as we go back to the most current season.
This week we start with Shion and question why he's taking a more proactive approach (02:42) before exploring Reo's flirtations with both Vivi and Yume (15:56). We take a step back to discuss Hana's self-reflection (32:12). For the main event, an analysis of Yume's (42:46) and Boss's (57:00) characters before unpacking their Hokkaido date (1:07:50).
I personally really enjoyed the conversation this week, and think we uncover a lot, particularly around Yume and Boss. Let us know if you guys agree with us, or if you have a different take!
[https://anchor.fm/playroomthpodcast/episodes/Episode-7-Tokyo-2019-2020-Episode-41-Life-Threatening-Date-edvuc1](https://anchor.fm/playroomthpodcast/episodes/Episode-7-To... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hello! I have a 4 month old goldendoodle. When she is about 6 months, I will be going back into the office again (no more work from home!) :) My plan is to baby-gate her in the guest room and start practicing this with her when I'm home with her this summer.
I would love ideas on how to make this room a happy space for her. Currently she has her crate (which she likes), access to water, and a basket of toys in this room. She also likes to crawl under the bed and sleep down there, too. What other ideas do y'all have to make this room super positive and fun for her? Thanks so much! :)