- Good Bad Bugs: There was a glitch where sometimes, if you dropped the Sodium A Telepad on the floor, it would clip through, and you could move it around and put it outside of the home. If you had already placed the Sodium B Telepad in your home, you could then teleport to an out-of-bounds place, such as on top of your house. There was even one house, or rather, one yacht, where you could teleport to a nearby island which was surprisingly solid.
- Presumed Flop: Its Obvious Beta launch caused it to be written off as a flop and a symbol of the PlayStation 3's turbulent early years. In the long run, however, it was a huge financial success for Sony, such that its severs weren't taken offline until nearly a year and a half after the launch of the PS3's successor. Keza MacDonald, writing for Kotaku UK, even called it "Sony's most successful failure".
- Unintentional Uncanny Valley: Unlike the Xbox 360's and Wii's more stylized avatars, the Home avatars are clearly meant to be human. However, the fact that they rarely change facial expressions make them look odd as a result.
YMMV / PlayStation Home