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Sony to Open a European PSN Video Store on November 18, 2009

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258w ago - Today Sony announced that Europeans are finally getting an official PlayStation Network Video Store, similar to the North American PSN service.

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe have confirmed that the European PlayStation Network Video Delivery Service will commence on November 18, which is next Wednesday.

To quote from Kotaku (linked above): "To begin with, it'll be available only for customers in the UK, Germany, France and Spain, with the service slated to roll out into other territories throughout 2010.

Some of the movies available on day 1 include: Angels and Demons; Bruno; The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe; Crank 2; The Dark Knight; Dead Space: Downfall; Gran Torino; Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix; National Treasure; Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl; Public Enemies; Star Trek; Terminator Salvation; Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen; Valkyrie; and X-Men Origins: Wolverine."
 

Disney Pixar's Up Joins the PSN Video Delivery Service Tomorrow

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258w ago - Today PlayStation Store Senior Manager Grace Chen has revealed that Disney's selection on PSN is way 'Up', meaning that Disney Pixar's Up will indeed be available tomorrow on the PSN Video Delivery Service.

To quote: Starting tomorrow, November 10, you can purchase Disney Pixar's Up from the PlayStation Network video delivery service – the same day it's released on Blu-ray and DVD. The movie is available to own for $14.99 in standard-definition and $19.99 in high-definition.

Up is among nearly 80 full-length Disney feature films which we will be adding to the video store to purchase over the next couple of days, including 60 in high-definition, such as Disney Pixar's A Bug's Life, Cars, Ratatouille, WALL-E and Monsters, Inc.

Many of these Disney favorites are also already available for rent, with prices ranging from $2.99 to $5.99.

If you haven't tried the video delivery service before, there's never been a better time. There are over 2,400 full-length movies and 15,000 television episodes to choose from including new and favorite movies, television shows, sports, anime, original entertainment, and more.

Browse through the list below, then visit PlayStation Store and enjoy!

•THE 25TH HOUR
• ADVENTURELAND
• ANNAPOLIS
 

Video: Coming to PSN this Week: Braid for PlayStation 3

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258w ago - Today Sony's Social Media Senior Specialist Chris Morell has shared a video showcasing Braid for PlayStation 3, which is coming to PSN later this week.

To quote: This Thursday November 12, Braid descends upon the PlayStation Network. And that means I'm one happy camper.

On sheer style alone, Braid is worth shelling out $14.99 in my opinion. But thankfully, it also happens to have some stellar gameplay that revolves around a time-reversing mechanic, which will keep you on your toes as you solve Braid's numerous puzzles.

Don't trust me? I connected with Joel DeYoung (you heard from him last week) from Hothead Games via PlayStation Eye, and he takes us through the ins and outs of Braid for PSN.

And yes, there's plenty of in-game HD footage to give you an idea of what you'll get on Thursday.




 

Sony Reveals Why PSOne Classics Have No Set PSN Release Date

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258w ago - Today the sleuths at Examiner.com (linked above) have uncovered a reply from Sony's PlayStation Store Senior Manager Grace Chen explaining why PSOne Classics have no set PSN release date.

Although the answer isn't surprising, it's definitely good to know why classics such as Final Fantasy VIII are not available in the States to date.

To quote: "Ever since Sony announced PSOne Classics for the PSP and PlayStation 3, new releases have been inconsistent and often appear suddenly without any prior announcements.

Grace Chen, Senior Manager of the PlayStation Store, explain why this is the case on the comment section of the [Register or Login to view links]:

There are a variety of reasons that need to be considered when releasing PSOne Classics... code emulation and testing, licensing rights, music clearances, etc.

Although the process may not always be smooth, Sony has definitely been picking up the pace in 2009 with new PSOne Classics."
 

PlayStation Network Video Content Update for November 6, 2009

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259w ago - PlayStation Store Senior Manager Grace Chen has shared this weekend's PSN video content update today, as follows:

Here's the list of new arrivals on the Video Store this week.

We have a few new releases to note: G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, I Love You, Beth Cooper, and The Taking of Pelham 1, 2, 3. Plus, we released free episodes of Full Metal Alchemist and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Check it all out this weekend.

HD MOVIE NEW ARRIVALS

•Aliens in the Attic
• Another Cinderella Story
• Ballast
• Big Man Japan
• Chandni Chowk To China
• Cheri
• I Love You, Beth Cooper
• Thankskilling
• The Life Before Her Eyes
• The Signal
• The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3
• The Wizard of Oz
• Three Kings
• TMNT
• Troy - Director's Cut (Unrated)
• Two Lovers

MOVIE NEW ARRIVALS

• Aliens in the Attic
• Aliens in the Attic: "Making a Scene" Featurette
• Another Cinderella Story
• Ballast
• Big Man Japan
• Blood Trails
• Bukowski: Born Into This
• Chandni Chowk To China
• Cheri
• Curse of the Zodiac
• Dead of Winter
 
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