NA PlayStation Store launching on web browsers in January
- Posted January 10th, 2013 at 22:47 EDT by Kyle Prahl
- 2 Comments
Announced earlier today at CES 2013, Sony will be launching a web version of the North American PlayStation Store before month's end.
Sony Entertainment Network COO Shawn Layden shared the info with CNET, while affirming that (eventually) users will be able to make purchases and queue up content via the web store to remotely download on PlayStation 3. No word yet on whether the same feature will apply to PlayStation Vita or other Sony gaming devices.
The CNET conversation quickly meanders to the success and future of Music Unlimited, but Layden also mentioned that the previous PlayStation Store design, which remained largely unchanged for six years, was a source of frustration for the company.
PSU will have more information on the North American PlayStation Store web browser when it launches later this month, including our opinion on the service. In the meantime, let us know in the comments below what else Sony could do to improve the PlayStation Store experience for you.
Gameoholic007 | Demented007
- 11:23pm EST - January 10th, 2013
Hey I know, how about Sony fixing the paint package DLC for GT5. Ever since the PS store was redone, I can no longer re-purchase the paint schemes, that can be purchased multiple times. I called Sony twice, the first time they acted dum about it, playing a guessing game,and did nothing. Second time, they hung up on me. Man, what service. =/ I went, and made a thread about it on GT5's official website, that is ran by Sony, and found out that im not the only one having this issue.
Equinoqs | Equinoqs
- 10:57am EST - January 13th, 2013
Go back to the old Search function, where I just typed in my search, instead of having to scroll through the alphabet one letter at a time.
This will permanently ban this user and delete all associated comments. This action is irreversible, are you SURE you want to do this?!