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Browser Version of PlayStation Store Is Now Good to Go In North America

Browser Version of PlayStation Store Is Now Good to Go In North America

If you’re similar to me and like to browse for media from the comfort of your own computer screen, the launch of a browser version of the PlayStation Store should get you a little excited; even more so if you’re in North America, since we had to wait a little longer than our friends over in Europe.

You’ll need a PSN ID or a Sony Entertainment Network account (obviously), but after you find whatever piece of content you were looking for, it’ll be added to your ‘My Downloads’ list for you to download to your Sony system of choice (PS3, PS Vita, PSP) next time you start it up. Here’s to easier ways to spend our money! Go check out the new site here.

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