Playstation Video Store is live.


With over 800 titles to choose from the Playstation Video Store has launched on the PSN. The pricing structure is as follows;

  • HD Rental – £3.49
  • SD Rental – £2.99
  • SD Purchase – £8.99

*HD is currently rental only but they are working on making them available to buy. Also;

At launch, there will be a special offer for existing PSN members, allowing them to receive a complimentary copy of The Da Vinci Code if they buy Angels and Demons. There will also be a special promotion to encourage new members. Anyone who registers for a PlayStation®Network account using their new PS3s between 19th & 30th November 2009 will receive a voucher to download a complimentary copy of Transformers to own.

Full details of the service soon.


Written by: Trev - Contributing Editor


  1. #1 by SL33PY on November 19th, 2009

    Also, not available troughout Europe, only selected countries. This really pisses me off

  2. #2 by P5ycH0 on November 19th, 2009

    And the execs of the movie business are still wonder why there is so much movie pirating going on in europe…..

  3. #3 by Jagermo on November 20th, 2009

    The PSN Video Store is just plain bullshit – at least in Germany. We only get stereo audio tracks, and not even the english ones, only the german tracks. This sucks. In fact, it’s cheaper to buy a dvd or a bluray, then to buy it in the psn store.
    Sad, but Sony failed.

  4. #4 by freebieconsoles on November 22nd, 2009

    I am still reluctant to use rental services both Sony and MS. I always feel I would rather put the money towards purchasing the film on physical media. Still expanding the services available is never a bad thing, I’ll have a look once it’s up and running.


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