Sony introduces PlayStation Blog Share
Fans are motivated to express and vote on feature ideas
Posted on Mar 19, 2010 - 6:32pm EST (Mar 19, 2010 18:32)
The PS3 has changed a lot since it first debuted in 2006. Trophies, movies and TV shows on the PlayStation Store, in-game XMB and more have enhanced the user experience. To isolate the problem of many user comments and ideas that often get lost and buried in the comment sections, Sony has announced the launch of PlayStation.Blog Share.
Share is a subset of the PlayStation.Blog where readers can submit ideas to us about anything PlayStation-related as well as vote on the ideas of others. Share uses a lot of the same Blog features you should already be quite familiar with, with the notable addition of a voting system. If you’ve ever visited Digg (or Reddit, etc.) you already know how this works: if you like an idea, you vote it up. If you hate an idea, vote it down. Sony will be keeping track of the popularity of an idea (the +/-) and also the volume (total number of votes). Authors that submit the most popular ideas will find themselves ranking on a leaderboard. It’s also important to note that idea submissions are limited to one per person per day at launch.
Current feature leaders include "Cross Game Voice chat", "PS2 software emulation" and "Auto-Syncing trophies". If you'd like to participate, simply sign in to your PSN account on the Share website and vote away!