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Submitted by TRGMatt 791d ago | article

Day 1 Digital Titles Add to Vast PS Store Library

Sony has quietly been growing a library of digital titles available for download on PSN since October 2nd of 2012. Games have been rolling in weekly to the Playstation Store on their respective hard copy release dates as part of the gaming goliath's "Day 1 Digital" program. Today alone saw Tomb Raider, MLB 13 The Show, and Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk, all available digitally on day one. XBOX Live currently has no such program. (Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk, MLB 13: The Show, PS3, Sony Entertainment Network, Tomb Raider)

IGW_Fobia  +   791d ago
For an online service that started out so slow and behind its competition, the PSN is just as good as Xbox Live.

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