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Introducing the PLAYSTATION Store for PC

Eric Lempel's Avatar Posted by Eric Lempel on Nov 20, 2007 // VP, Sony Network Entertainment

I’m excited to share some breaking news with you, our loyal PlayStation.Blog readers. In his last post, Peter Dille promised a major focus on the PLAYSTATION Network and exclusive gaming content available on the PLAYSTATION Store. Today, we take the next step in its continued evolution.

The PLAYSTATION Store for the PC is a free service that allows PSP owners to access a new world of gaming and entertainment content through the PLAYSTATION Network. Best of all, this new service lets PSP users establish a PLAYSTATION Network account and purchase content directly from the PlayStation Store for the PC.

The new PlayStation Store for the PC marks the first time that we’ve made the PLAYSTATION Network accessible to the millions of PSP owners who don’t own a PLAYSTATION 3. PSP owners can now use their existing or newly created PLAYSTATION Network account to access a variety of free content including the latest demos of SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Tactical Strike, the latest addition to the popular SOCOM franchise and Syphon Filter: Logan’s Shadow, the highly anticipated sequel to Gabe Logan’s Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror for the PSP.

In addition to regularly expanding access to our library of new PSP games, we will be releasing titles that will be available only from the PLAYSTATION Store, including: Syphon Filter: Combat Ops, the next installation in the Syphon Filter franchise.

PS one® Classic titles will be available from Day 1 on the PlayStation Store for the PC including favorites such as WipEout and Crash Bandicoot, with many more on the way. PLAYSTATION Store for the PC users will also find add-on game content, trailers for forthcoming titles, promotional videos and PSP themes.

To access the PLAYSTATION Store via your PC, simply visit and follow the on-screen instructions. We know that you will probably have questions, so we’ve created this video demonstrating the flow of the Store.

We appreciate your continued support of the PSP, PS3 and PLAYSTATION Network and look forward to announcing the availability of exciting new game titles and entertainment content for the PLAYSTATION Store for the PC in the near future.

Thanks and have fun with the new Store!

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+ androvsky on November 26th, 2007 at 12:07 am said:

crystalx3d: Wine won’t work with the PSP downloader, since the PSP downloader needs special access to the USB ports. Just a word that they’re working on Mac and Linux versions would be very nice. Heck, word they’re working on a PSP version would be nice.

And I also have to wonder why the PC would get the PSP store before the PSP does… I know the PSP is out of firmware room, but it shouldn’t be too hard to integrate something with the current web browser.


+ cwalat on November 27th, 2007 at 7:14 am said:

God of war…. Im still waiting for that demo :D


+ dadeisvenm on November 27th, 2007 at 3:52 pm said:

As a linux user (suse 10.3) I can vouch that java is the better way to go. Wipeout pure’s website allowed users to download pack direct to the PSP via java.


+ Lp47 on November 30th, 2007 at 3:36 pm said:

Ya God of War demo, i signed up within a few hours for the demo way back when. But i never received one, im thinking its because i live in Canada. I nvr get anything. waa.


+ dualshock on December 5th, 2007 at 8:59 pm said:

excellent job sony on the playstation store, but it’ll be better if you have playstation 3 products and downloads on it to. it’ll be better. but great job :D


+ Dain Bramage on December 11th, 2007 at 8:44 pm said:

Can mac users use this at all? i don’t have a PSP but I certainly won’t get one if I can’t buy from the store using a mac. No PCs in my house.

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