The Godfather II Space Coming to Home, Resident Evil 5 Space Being Refreshed

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On April 9th, tomorrow, PlayStation Home will be updated with some brand new stuff.

EA Games will be launching their first PlayStation Home game space in promotion of The Godfather II. The game space features a Texas Hold ’em table and allows you to gather up with your mafia friends and deal some cards.

If you’re good at Hold ’em, you may want to be in Home on Thursday night as Sony is throwing a Celebrity Poker tournament together in celebration of the release. The tournament starts at 8 PM EST (5 PM PST).

Capcom is giving the Resident Evil 5 Home game space a refresh, as well. A new mini-game quest and a souvenir shop with new costumes will be available with the space, and much more.

PlayStation Home News: EA Unveils The Godfather II Space, Capcom Refreshes RE5 + Special Events! [PlayStation.Blog]

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