Wow,... so no one is talking about Uproar? Really? Now I'm not trying to sound like a jerk. But all hope and excitment I had for this game has been turned into stress and near rage. Allow me explain. I played the actual game for about 3 mins. And I loved it. The gameplay is really nice. I had joined a round that was almost over, got a few kills in, and my team won. I earned some exp and I was pumped to play another round. But then it happened. Home crashed and I had to boot it up again. Well, these things happen, so it's not a big deal. As soon as Home loaded up I tried to go back to the Uproar space. As soon as I appear there, Home crashes again. I repeated this process 10 times, and every single time Home restarted as soon as I entered. I tried going to other spaces, no problem there. I cleared my cashe, same thing happened. I got on my wife's account from her own PS3. Same thing. Look, Lockwood, I love you guys. Really. But no matter how great Uproar is, if I can't play the blasted thing, and worse it crashes Home just trying to go to the space (I am not even talking about trying to launch the actual game), then why should I chance it? I could just spend my time in another (company's) space. Sure it only takes 3 - 5 mins to start up Home again. And yeah, I'm sure you'll sort out this problem in the very near future. But this isn't making a very good first impression. Heck, I know people that haven't even been about the play the game once. (No, I am not the only one with this problem.) Also, the ability to switch teams after death ruins the game. Because the winning team gets an exp bonus, people jump to the winning side near the end of a round. I can't say it happens all the time. (Since, you know, I only got to play Uproar once.) So what may start a fair 3 vs 3 game, could very well end up a 5 vs 1 game. One person can't beat 5 enemies at once. Or hell, even 3 if they all coming from different directions. The poor guy playing solo is going to get his ass handed to him.. and he's not likely to play Uproar again. And a person who isn't playing the game is is very unlikely to buy Uproar goods. This feature not only allows for lopsided teams, but could also drive away customers. I think it would be very wise to write up a public apology explaining what the problem is, while at the same time offering everyone their own Uproar 'personal space' (like you did with Sodium1), that would allow the user to invite some of his friends over for a small, but working game. (Like Novus Prime's Officer's Quarters allows.) The reasoning is that having small groups of people playing Uproar is better then no one playing it at all. You might also want to take a look at Peakvox Labs' Ninja, as it has gameplay that is very similar to Uproar while only rarely (never?) crashing. Anyways, sorry for the rant. But if you read between the lines, I am really only trying to help.