Video Unlimited Available to PS+ Subscribers Today


Here’s a small tour of Video Unlimited, an app that mirrors everything on the PlayStation video store, but laid out and organized in a very user friendly way. It will be available to PlayStation Plus users today, followed by everyone else within the next few weeks (at least stateside; not sure about other territories).

Personally, I think this is an awesome way of browsing for movies, as you can search by actor/actress, subject, or title (even directors and genres in general). Something like this, I think, would also be great for Netflix on PS3 (since it is possible on the website, but only by title in the app). Even the history could come in handy. Still, I’m not one for purchasing movies and I rarely ever rent them. In either case, this looks great and very intuitive.


Written by: Jay - Community Manager / Editor-In-Chief


  1. #1 by dragon290513 on September 27th, 2011 [ 7218 Points ]

    wow i love this already, look very classy and intuitive

  2. #2 by Tosh on September 27th, 2011 [ 1102 Points ]

    Wow, the history feature is really slick. Can’t wait to try this out. Search is pretty cool too.

    Hope they redesign the game side with this interface later.

  3. #3 by Pedro on September 27th, 2011 [ 39949 Points ]

    Unfortunately another feature that won’t make it my way ;p

    But it really does look very user friendly. It reminds me of ipod/itunes.

  4. #4 by Oly on September 27th, 2011 [ 131925 Points ]

    Gonna check this out tonight! I wish there was a per month unlimited 8-)

  5. #5 by Jason on September 27th, 2011 [ 27516 Points ]

    here comes the new psn? hmmmmm I wont use this but cool none the less

  6. #6 by xDeFcoN_2FasT4Ux on September 27th, 2011 [ 2160 Points ]

    Yea if only we got to rent a movie a week, any choice. Then that would be nice, and maybe more people would join PSN+

  7. #7 by Cheeto on September 28th, 2011

    Questions:
    - Is this limited to North America? is it region locked?
    - I’ve noticed that the TV show he chosen doesn’t have a price tag, does this mean that you can watch TV shows from major networks for free? (highly unlikely)

    The problem is that many American networks websites are limited to North America, so other users world wide can’t watch their shows, which is a bummer!

  8. #8 by dragon290513 on September 28th, 2011 [ 7218 Points ]

    its $1.99 per episode IIRC

  9. #9 by kennygk on September 28th, 2011 [ 25138 Points ]

    What, this is available on the canadian PSN store(at least the preview is if you have ps+) finally! they’ve given us canadians some cool new feature


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