“Loot” is new group of developers introduced by Sony Pictures Entertainment. The group will create branded interactive entertainment products for PlayStation Home, a 3D social gaming community built for PlayStation 3 (PS3) users to meet, chat, share, and launch into games together via PlayStation Network. 

PlayStation Network is a free to access network service for PS3 computer entertainment system and PSP (PlayStation Portable) handheld entertainment system. Directly accessible from PS3, PSP, or PC, users are able to get online content and services. They include online gaming, video chat and text messaging with other PS3 users online, as well as games and video content downloadable from PlayStation Store.  

Sony said that the cumulative number of registered accounts on PlayStation Network worldwide had exceeded 20 million as of Feb. 20. It was launched in Nov. 2006. .

Now, Loot has unveiled its “Living Room Stage Set,” for PlayStation Home in North America. Living Room Stage Set – the first of many new Loot offerings to come – is an interactive personal space that users can purchase through the PlayStation Home Mall. 

It features a movie soundstage and a full range of movie production props and equipment such as interactive cameras, lights, backdrops, and basic furniture items that users can operate within Home – acting as director, actor, or cinematographer on their own virtual production.

Living Room Stage Set can be purchased in the “Estates” store, located at the PlayStation Home Mall, where other Loot offerings are available. Loot’s Living Room Stage Set is available for $4.99 and comes loaded with a selection of props, which the player can use to decorate their set or use in any other owned PlayStation Home personal space.


About Rakesh Raman

Have extensive editorial, content management, and integrated communications experience and have worked as a senior tech journalist, analyst, and columnist with different newspapers, magazines, and Web/online properties in India.

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