New on BBC PrimeTime: Everyone Hates Nero

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Hi,
Regarding the last two entries from the U.K. region, there is no doubt many of us are suffering throughout all regions of Home. Being from Australia, i have also been subject, along with many others i know of, and have witnessed first hand the wrath of the holy father NERO !
I`m not here to complain that i have been banned on occasions for doing no wrong, as i have glitched many times and been banned for it, although . . . the times i have done no wrong, my emails always refer to "glitch" as being the reason for my removal.
Along with many other issues i have faced, this particular incident revolves around the issue of "favouritism banning" and "cling on immunity" which i believe this site is becoming very popular in the EU region for recently.
Basically, yes, this occasion i was banned for glitching, as many do when there is a swarm trying to access a new location, which in effect makes it difficult to see what you are attempting when there is many there to restrict your vision. Because these things take time, many hours can be spent at the one location.
Noting the prescence of the holy father NERO, and his cronies who are beginning to become ever more frustrated with the amount of people gathering and hindering progress to the new location, midnight has passed in this time, and i am surprised to see i am denied access to the psn, along with some friends who were also present at the time.
Logging on with one of my other PS3`s several hours later, i am stunned to see the same group with the lord also present, though, minus the obvious people which are not included in the exclusive community circle of friends, which you come to learn in time who is and isn`t a part of the higher society.
Ofcorse most of these people were dressed in exclusive attire which went hand in hand with the short tempered and untastefull remarks to others to make way for their exclusive access to the location.
Seeing others being warped/teleported to other locations of the map was a clear sign to take a step back and observe or come back another time.
I could go on and on with both this occasion and/or many others which are witnessed by many time and time again, day in day out, BUT . . . . there is too many scenarios alrerady there for all to see which would be deemed unconcienable by most.
So . . . i end by saying more and more of us are now taking measures to record and aquire evidence of such circumstances and it`s only a matter of time before these gods of home slip up, AND WE ALL WILL BE HERE WAITING FOR YOU AND YOUR EXCUSES !!! GOOD LUCK !!!
Kind regards,
[name removed].
(the unholy one)

Thanks UK Home Watch! We're glad you keep it up, you'll always have a voice here.

17 comments:

  1. Right on unholy one!!! We are ALL WATCHING YOU Nero, with cameras waiting.......... Spankie

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  2. sweet.

    i wish i could find this Nero guy in the EU Home.

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  3. Just keep trying, you'll see him soon enough, and smell him no doubt, infact I can't differentiate whats his mouth and his ass, cos they both full of SHIT. Daniela.

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  4. Someone should try and get some video of this happening, and upload it to youtube as well as send it to any and every Sony e-mail addy they can find

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  5. Im glad to see its others facing the unholy ones wrath and not just us. I wish you guys could witness him first hand. - Vicki

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  6. Right, I have finally had enough, having been banned from the forums AGAIN for asking who mods the mods in the event of abuse, I've emailed Jack tretton CEO of SONY, also Bcc'd in HOMEWATCH, hope it gets put on main page cos I AM SERIOUSLY PISSED OFF!

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  7. That goes to show you Sony hires incompetent off the street employee without any customer service skill or interpersonal skills to solve situation before applies ban-hammers to anyone in HOME. I as well would like to see this NERO mod get caught red handed and fire by Sony and have his embarrassment posted here in PSN HOME Watch!

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  8. If it doesn't get any response it's getting fired off to every IT and gaming mag in this country, including the consumer council. trading standards, and I just forwarded it to Video Game Watch, let's see what happens now eh?

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  9. Unfairly annoy enough peeps and it will eventually catch up with you, it only takes a few posts to realise you are not alone and the ball begins rolling. Good luck NERO, you`re journey has begun!!!

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  10. @ Daniela (6:01am)

    Yes, you should send your info to Kotaku.com, 1-up.com, destructoid.com and joystiq.com too to further your exploit!

    @ Anonymous (6:53am)

    Yes, just like how NERO burn ROME to the ground as he now is the one gets the burn and seeing him self burn to the ground too.

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  11. @ AoR

    Many thanks, duly noted and am composing as we speak,

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  12. @ Daniela (9:42am)

    Yeah, those four sites I mentioned they are more willing to accept news from users VS Gamespot.com, IGN.com etc etc. Start from some where small and see if anyone take notice and how far it will spread. I do remembered one of the main users (Kapow I believe) here mention those four sites to start your news and let everyone know about it.

    EDIT: Its 1up.com not 1-up.com :P

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  13. it was HW that made the article telling us to send our stories to kotaku and joystiq and such. but i did say i've already been sending stuff to them, namely joystiq.
    but like the rest of the serious Game journalists, they don't really give of shit about Home, for the simple fact that Home is not a game. but they do report on Home every now and then, so, it's worth a shot to send them stuff.

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  14. Write an article discussing Home in general. Like, how it's progressed, how it's evolved, and what's still wrong with it. I know you want to plug Home-Watch, that's cool and all, but if you write an article for someone instead of being like "here's a link, you do a summary!" then you're more likely to get it published. (plus, you can always mention Home-Watch in the article)

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  15. Write an article discussing Home in general. Like, how it's progressed, how it's evolved, and what's still wrong with it. I know you want to plug Home-Watch, that's cool and all, but if you write an article for someone instead of being like "here's a link, you do a summary!" then you're more likely to get it published. (plus, you can always mention Home-Watch in the article)

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  16. *sigh*

    Damn double post. I thought it wasn't working. >=(

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