PSP Brite boxart shows direct PSP Store
European PC Store releases for September 4th
- Media Manager 2.5 (free)
- Movement episode 5, part 2 -- "London" (free, includes 8 videos)
American PC Store update for August 21st
- Jeanne d'Arc Full Game ($22.99)
- Jeanne d'Arc Trailer (free)
- Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty Trailer (free)
- Yggdra Union Trailer (free)
Wallpapers and Themes
- 2x Hot Shots Golf: OT2 Wallpaper (free)
- 3x Yggdra Union Wallpaper (free)
European PC Store update for August 21st
- Medal of Honor Heroes (£14.99)
- Sid Meier's Pirates! (£14.99)
- International Track & Field - PS1 (£3.49)
PSN video delivery service with 8 studios to launch tonight
PSN video delivery service will launch tonight. Major studio support including Sony, Fox, MGM, Lions Gate, Warner, Disney, Paramount, Turner, Funimation. It will offer both SD and HD content. TV shows start at $1.99 per episode, movie rentals are $2.99-$5.99 per rental and $9.99-$14.99 for purchases. Not only can you play the content on the PS3, you can play it on PSP. It can be placed on multiple devices at the same time.
European PC Store update for July 3rd
- Space Invaders Extreme demo
- Space Invaders Extreme theme
- Movement episode 1 (8 videos)
PSP will get direct access to the PSN Store this fiscal year
There's no real release date, other than "this fiscal year," which could mean anything up to next April. The service was announced at GDC earlier this year, but no timeframe was announced. There's a chance we'll be hearing more about this at E3 next month, so stay tuned for that.
European PC Store update for May 29th
- Rayman PS1 game (£3.49/€4.99)
- Medievil Resurrection full game (£14.99/€19.99)
American PC Store updates for May 15th
- Secret Agent Clank demo
- Secret Agent Clank theme
- 2x echochrome themes
European PC Store PlayStation Day 2008 update
- Street Skater PS1 game (£3.49)
- Secret Agent Clank (free)
Patapon demo hitting the PC PSN Store tomorrow
Check back tomorrow for the full list of PSN Store updates, as usual.
Ape Quest sneaks onto the PSN Store [UPDATE]
The bundle of all three chapters (Blue, Red and Gold) is available for $19.99 with each chapter sold separately at $9.99 each. In order to "complete" the game you must download either the Blue or Gold chapter as well as the Red chapter. All of this is worthless, however, unless you download the Starter Pack, which no doubt contains the majority of the game information. We're not sure exactly how the game will play out, but we're looking forward to finding out.
[UPDATE] The PC store has now been updated to include Crash Bandicoot 2 and Ape Quest. Enjoy!
PSP store now available online via the PC
The interface is really nice and easy to navigate and for those of you who do have a PS3 you can sign in using your PlayStation Network ID and it will link through to show all your downloaded items. You can also edit your account details, including adding money to your wallet. No doubt this service will continue to evolve over time and we look forward to seeing it do so.
Update: Read the full step-by-step guide to using the Store here.