Watch Full Length Movies with Friends in PlayStation Home

November 19, 2011

News

Ever want to have a movie night with your buddies but they live…well, across the country? PlayStation Home now has a new feature in which you can watch full, feature-length movies with your buddies. The best part is…it’s for FREE! Thanks to Crackle, PSN users can meet up with their buddies and watch movies together. Some movies include Resident Evil, Final Fantasy: Advent Children, Step Brothers, A Few Good Men and many more!

PlayStation Home may have had a slow start, but it has certainly been receiving more and more upgrades lately to provide a truly unique social experience. Check out the trailer of this feature below!

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One Comment on “Watch Full Length Movies with Friends in PlayStation Home”

  1. Michael Grella Says:

    I like what they have done so far to the Playstation Home this could be interesting if they have good movies.

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