Sony has been talking to some big recording labels about placing music for download on PSN
I've bee saying that Sony's Playstation division should have took over Sony Music's Connect store after it was closed down. They just need to launch this in all regions from the get go and get that video service out to Europe. And then they just need to market these services. I think the general public don't even know that the PS3/ PSP have access to these soft of services.
SONY needs to create a music store and then offer an optional subscription for PSN game rentals and movie streaming. Think $20 a month for 3 PSN games out at one time and 3 movies downloaded or streaming at one time. Movies have a 24 hour rental limit, Games are returned whenever, like Netflix, but better. Hell I would only keep netflix for the anime.
makes sense since they own one of the biggest music studios on the planet
this may be on at E3 like the video store was last year.
Yes please :)
I'm pretty sure I've seen albums released from time to time on the store... Anyway, sounds neat but I personally, probably wouldn't use it. Although I'm sure it would be helpful to those who want a download straight to their psp/ps3.
...as you can download in a generic MP3 or WMA format that is not restricted to being played back on the PSP, PS3 or any other Sony hardware platform.
this is Sony we're talking about here. So its not going to happen at least not this year. Sony has its own music. At least post that first to get others to jump on once they see how it does. Just doesnt make sense at all. they won't even post their own products but they want others to.
Cool but i wouldn't really need it. Because i already have a ipod.
Sounds good. Though I'd really like to see spotify on the ps3 and 360. They said theyre going to do it but when? If it could work in game that would be hundreds of times better than this music download thing...
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