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This weeks video update brings the late Michael Jackson by way of his final performance, This Is It. In addition to the film, there is an exclusive PSN clip available free of charge.
It’s always nice to be given the option, but, truth be told, we’re not entirely sure why the recent PlayStation 3 firmware update (3.15) wasn’t obligatory.
Either way, you can’t escape 3.15 anymore as it’s now mandatory.
It’s crazy to think that The Simpsons has been on television for 20 wonderful years, making it the longest running American sitcom, animated program, and entertainment series. In its 21st season, you can now download and watch episodes from the comfort of your PS3.
If animated TV shows aren’t your fancy, then you’ll be pleased to know that a new section has popped up on the PSN Store; Reduced Movies. This section features films that have received a permanent price drop.
This weeks US PSN video content includes the cheesy horror film The Final Destination. This is the forth film in the series and proves that nothing is ever final. We’d recommend some better movies such as District 9, The Hangover, and Paranormal Activity; all of which make appearance on this weeks Top 10 Movies.
In the free category there’s a sneak peak of the new season of 24 as well as the five part mini series The Bannen Way to check out. It’s all free so you have nothing to lose.
This was unexpected. The HK PlayStation Store just updated and it contains LittleBigPlanet Premium Avatars to purchase. Could this be a sign of things to come for other regions? Yes, at least for Europeans.
A few days ago a survey on behalf of Sony was doing the rounds for a few PlayStation 3 users on ideas for a premium subscription model.
We have already heard straight from Kaz Hirai that Sony are planning on introducing a premium subscription edition of the PlayStation Network on top of the free registration.
This weeks EU update isn’t quite as large as the US’s but it sure does have a lot more quality films. The EU Store is definitely starting to build a quality place for all your movie needs.
The Hangover tops off our most wanted list, with Inglorious Basterds coming in at a close second. In addition, there are a few films that have been given the 5.1 audio update so if you’ve been waiting for those, now’s your chance to grab them.
This weeks US PSN Video Store update brings loads of holiday cheer. In addition to the new winter wonderland makeover, a new Holiday Collection featuring the best movies and TV shows of the season is available.
As for the new films this week, both Kill Bill: Volume 1 & 2 top our most wanted list. There’s just something special about Uma Thurman playing a deadly assassin. Hit the jump to check out the rest of what’s available along with the top downloads.
In what will likely become an unpopular move by many, Sony has changed their PlayStation Network Terms of Service with immediate effect and this will have consequences for some people.
In the past, many people have abused the allowance of activating a PSN account on up to five PS3 systems and chose to share their login details to other users so that they can get those games and other paid items for free.
“I see gamers as the strongest and smartest men who’ve ever lived. I see all this potential, and I see it squandered. Damn it, an entire generation playing rubbish film tie-ins and redneck shallow shooters on cheap consoles riddled with design faults…
What are we going to do about it?”
Capcom is celebrating the PS3’s birthday in an awesomely evil way. Resident Evil 2 is finally being released today on the PSN as the newest PSone Classic. Swoot!
So have you been asking yourself; when is the PlayStation video store releasing in Europe?
Previously given a vague November release window, Sony has now confirmed that the service will be live as of tomorrow!
We got a heads up that Sony are expecting to finally announce the release date for the PlayStation Video Store in Europe on Wednesday.
It is expected to release sometime this month which is slowly approaching so they don’t have long.
If you log into the PSN Store and check out the video section, you’ll be greeted by a ton of new and exciting content, courtesy of newly formed partnerships between some of the biggest studios around.
MLB, LucasFilm Ltd., and Image Entertainment are just a few of those that will make their latest videos available through the US PSN Store. Be sure to show your support and download what they have to offer.
Sony has announced the “Must Have” blockbuster movies that will be making their way onto the launch of the video store for European users.
The store, which will be available on both the PS3 and PSPgo, is expected to launch this month.
This weeks video content update is a warm welcome after the rather disappointing content last week. The most notable films include The Born Ultimatum, The Proposal, and Orphan if you’re in a Halloween mood.
Even more interesting is Stan Helsing, a parody on the vampire hunter himself. Why Kenan Thompson thought to go from Saturday Night Live to this is beyond us…
This weeks video content update is rather mediocre in the film range, featuring many no name movies and ones you just don’t want to watch. To make up for it, the PlayStation Store is offering the first episode of Naruto Shippuden Uncut for FREE. So if you’re a fan of teen ninjas anime, then you’ll be very pleased.
Other additions to the store included trailers for Armored (sweet) and Stepfather (meh). Wolverine continues to dominate the top spot with the relatively unknown Trick ‘r Treat coming in close behind.
This weeks PSN Video Store update brings some good stuff, some bad, and some we’ve just never heard of. Halloween is just around the corner so why not bring out the costumes. Batman Forever, Blade, and even Superman make an appearance on the store.
If you feel like a good scare, then there are a few horror movies to wet your whistle as well…
ZEN Studios, the creators of ZEN Pinball, will be bringing some much needed minigolf love to the PSN soon.
With the intentions of being the best golf experience, ZEN will be using their ‘battle-tested ball physics engine’ from ZEN Pinball to create a new standard in golf action.