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Dec 21

New on Music Unlimited and Video Unlimited

Jeff Safran's Avatar Posted by Marketing Manager, Sony Entertainment Network

This week, the Music Unlimited service features new releases from T.I., Chief Keef and The-Dream, as well as Buddy Guy, B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Dry the River, Office Romance, and Slum Village. Also, don’t forget to check out our Best of 2012 Premium Channel, and procrastinators can still take advantage of our limited time Premium Music Unlimited One Year Subscription available to PlayStation Plus members for only $12 or $59.99 for regular subscribers.

In the video store this week, own Taken 2 and Looper before they land on DVD and Blu-ray Disc, as well as Pitch Perfect, which are all now available in New Releases. Also make sure to check out Total Recall and Ice Age: Continental Drift, both now available to rent. Get all the details here.

‘Tis the season, so we’re excited to offer up a number holiday sales happening now through December 31. For scorchin’ hot deals on Blockbuster movies, check out the movie sale with discounts on Men in Black III, The Hunger Games, and Kick-Ass, just to name a few. For incredible savings on hit TV shows, navigate to the TV sale to find full seasons of hit shows like Battlestar Galactica, 30 Rock, Parks & Recreation and more. You can also enjoy 99¢ holiday rentals on An American Carol, The Christmas Bunny and other favorites for the whole family. Check out all the deals here.

Finally, don’t miss the opportunity to enter for a chance to win great giveaways in our Sony Holiday Essentials Sweepstakes. From now through December 26th, we’re offering great prizes each day featuring music, movies, games and more! Unique prizes will be revealed every day (for 14 days), so enter here daily for your chance to win. (Open to 50 US & DC Only, 18+).

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deCarvalho7 said:

December 21st, 5:56 am


Ryumoau said:

December 21st, 8:59 am

lower the 1 day rental prices on psn store for videos. $2.99 for standard definition is crazy considering you can get a Blu ray disk for cheaper at Red Box for the same amount of rental time.

JohnRKlein said:

December 21st, 10:23 am

I went ahead and got the $12 deal for the music unlimited.

Where in the world is shuffle play on the PS3? How can such a needed feature not be there? The PS3 version of Unlimited Music needs updating more than anything. How can you really expect people to continue to subscribe to this service without basic features?

texas_ride said:

December 21st, 3:07 pm

I thought Video Unlimited was discontinued in favor of the combined store.

DominikKolendo said:

December 21st, 6:09 pm

does music unlimited auto-renew?

oo7PorscheMGS said:

December 21st, 6:17 pm

I LOVE film but I won’t be buying or renting ANY movie from the PS Store until SONY addresses #2’s problem with the service and the same problem anyone with common sense has with the PS Store video prices. I can BUY some of these movies in HD for the price the PSN asks me to RENT the movie for….

Also, consider you’re competing with NETFLIX and REDBOX. You’re not doing it very well. Step it up sony, IF you want sales….

enricky559 said:

December 23rd, 7:51 pm

@3 If you press circle when when Music Unlimited loads up and go right you’ll see the shuffle option.

JohnRKlein said:

December 24th, 8:06 am

@7 Prove me wrong, but there is absolutely no way to shuffle a single playlist on the PS3. What you pointed me to is a shuffle ALL music in my library which is worthless for me.

I want to play all my Christmas Music.. But I don’t want to hear all the same music in the same order every single time.. Worthless.

JohnRKlein said:

December 24th, 8:09 am

BTW, PS3 is the only device for Music Unlimited that does NOT have a simple shuffle feature. Sad.

enricky559 said:

December 24th, 12:07 pm

@9 That is true that there isn’t a shuffle option on playlist on the PS3, but if you want to use that feature so badly just use another device.

enricky559 said:

December 24th, 12:08 pm

– Like a Vita for example

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