To help you get settled and find your way around our brand new, shiny blog, here’s a quick tour of some of the main features you’ll most likely be using as a regular blog visitor and comment contributor.
If you haven’t already, have a read of our Welcome post to give you an idea of what this blog is all about. Otherwise, on with the tour (just imagine that I’m brandishing an umbrella in the air in proper tour guide style).
Wondering how you can find out more about that game you’ve just been reading about?
At the end of every blog post, you’ll find lists of the Categories and Tags that the post is filed under; just click on the Category or Tag title to view all of the other blog content in that group. You can also select the Categories and peruse the monthly blog Archives from the menu on the right.
There won’t be a huge bunch of blog content in these categories at the moment, but as we add more and more blog updates they will soon start to fill up.
To help you keep track of the latest blog posts and find out what we’re generally up to, you can subscribe to the blog via RSS, receive daily blog digests via Email, or you can follow us on Twitter if you have an account. Just pick your preference from the options near the top-right of the blog page.
Anyone can rate blog posts but if you want to create comments you’ll need to sign in with your PlayStation Network (PSN) Online ID. If you don’t already have a PSN ID, click here to create one.
We do have a Comments Policy, so please read through this before adding your first comment to the conversation, and our team of moderators will be helping to keep things on-topic and friendly. Just make sure that your comment is free from flaming, swearing or other naughty stuff and you should be fine.
Scrolling down the page, you’ll see that we also have feeds from PlayStation.com, reader comments and a collection of PlayStation news and links from around the web. And you’ll also be able to find all of the videos, screenshots and images used in our blog posts on our Flickr and Viddler accounts.
Over time, we’ll be looking to add in more features to help you get the most out of PlayStation.Blog.Europe, so keep an eye out for more fun stuff in the future or post your suggestions of what you’d like to see in the Comments.
Thanks and happy exploring.
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