Today Sony has launched their official PSN / SEN Web-based online store, accessible from Internet browsers (although Linux users http://www.linuxuser.co.uk/news/new-playstation-psn-web-store-blocks-linux-computers they are blocked) in several territories with more expected to arrive soon.
Those interested can check it out HERE
, simply select your language region (such as THIS
one) and wait for the page to load a selection of games, deals and offers including PlayStation Plus.
To quote from SCEE Blog Manager Fred Dutton
(via GameChup.com linked above):
“We are testing a new web store, which we look forward to announcing and launching to the PlayStation/Sony community shortly.”
Also from Jemal Alexandar
, ex-marketing manager for Square Enix, who revealed how important this was for Sony:
“Web based store for PSN is pretty huge, though. I remember being in many meetings with publishers who wanted to see it happen. 3 years ago.”
Jem Alexander (@https://twitter.com/jemalexander/status/277011986141806592) December 7, 2012
The Web Store allows you to buy games and also queue them in the download list. As always, we'll update this article once an official press release surfaces from Sony but in the meantime there is a FAQ Available
for those interested in downloading content from Sony Entertainment Network Store to their PS3, PS Vita or PSP devices.
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