14w ago - Sony Associate Product Marketing Manager Cristian Cardona of Software Marketing has made available a video today wishing fans a Happy Valentine's Day from Inspector Carmelita Fox below.
To quote: On what is considered the most romantic day of the year, we thought we would check in with our favorite raccoon, Sly Cooper, and the object of his affection, Inspector Carmelita Fox.
As we all know, the path to true love can be rough -- it definitely seems that way for these two. Having a history that goes way back, Carmelita has chased the master thief across the globe, though Sly has always managed to escape her clutches before she could deliver him to justice.
Working on opposite sides of the law seems to have finally taken its toll on Carmelita, who - judging by this video - has given up on Sly altogether and is looking for a new love.
Will she finally find prince charming, or will Sly continue to sneak into her heart?
32w ago - Sony Network Entertainment Marketing Coordinator Ashley Harris has detailed how to redeem a Music Unlimited 60 day free trial on Bravia TVs today.
Below are the details, to quote: We have an exciting offer for BRAVIA device owners who have not previously subscribed to redeem a 60 Day FREE Premium Trial for the Music Unlimited service.
Millions of songs available for streaming on demand and a variety of channels with no ads and unlimited skips!
Here's how to redeem:
Click here to create a Sony Entertainment Network account now.. if you already have an account, skip to Step #2.
Activate your device following the instructions on the account management page. Enter billing information using the account tab.
• Go to your device, click the home button => Sony Entertainment Network => Music Unlimited
• Select "Sign In" => "Account"
• Select "Choose Subscription" => "Premium" and follow the steps to redeem your 60 day trial.
This offer is available on other SONY devices too! Click here...
34w ago - Sony Digital Distribution Senior Manager Pierre Gravereau has outlined 8 PS3 games that are arriving digitally on release day as part of PSN Day 1 Digital below.
To quote: The month of October is an exciting one for PS3 gamers, with a plethora of AAA titles hitting store shelves over the next four weeks.
I'm excited to announce today that eight of the hottest upcoming titles will be available on PlayStation Network the same day they hit retailers through a new program called PSN Day 1 Digital!
To celebrate the launch of this new program, we're giving you access to participate in "digital game launches," so you can get your hands on great games releasing in October, without having to leave home. We're also giving you the chance to pre-order select games ahead of their release date and offering 10% discounts on a number of titles for PlayStation Plus members.
This new program aims to bring you the best PS3 titles digitally through PlayStation Network. Throughout the month of October, we will be offering the following titles for download on day 1:
• Resident Evil 6 (Available for download on October 2nd - $59.99)
• NBA 2K13 (Available for download on October 2nd - $59.99/$53.99 for PS Plus members, with pre-order)*
• Dishonored (Available for...
57w ago - Sony Entertainment Network Marketing Manager Jeff Safran is here with the new Video and Music Unlimited releases on this happy 420 day!
To quote: This week, the Music Unlimited Service welcomes new releases from Train, Jason Mraz, and Dry the River. Other featured titles this week include Jack Johnson, Neon Trees, Bob Marley & The Wailers and Lisa Lampenelli.
The Video Unlimited Service this week adds Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol starring Tom Cruise to New Releases, as well as season five of Eureka in TV Shows.
Also, it's all about slackers in this week's Own $5 Films - for just 5 bucks, own great flicks like Take Me Home Tonight, The Rocker, and The 41 Year Old Virgin in SD. Get the full details on this week's highlights here.
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Train - California 37
Although seemingly omnipresent through commercials, soundtracks and radio, Train hasn't always had it easy, but continues to shatter through the space of a pop...