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Hulu Plus Goes PlayStation Plus-less Next Week

Beginning next week, Hulu Plus will lift the invitation-only availability of its service, which was previously exclusive to select PlayStation Plus subscribers, and open it up to all PlayStation Network members, making the PlayStation 3 the first and only console dedicated to gaming to offer the service.

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deadreckoning6665003d ago ShowReplies(1)
edgeofblade5002d ago

Hey, great news. This might finally end my 3.5 boycott for killing my 360 controller converter.

bananlol5002d ago

It isnt sonys fault you bough a unlicensed poroduct.

edgeofblade5002d ago

You make it sound like Sony SHOULD go wreck the way I interact with their system and force me to use their tiny controller. Who was I harming?

duplissi5002d ago

dude that sucks... im just glad my frag fx still works.

thankfully for me i prefer the ps3 controller, and ive considered getting a controller converter for my 360.

djfullshred5002d ago

I have been using the proxy application PlayOn on my PC to stream regular Hulu to my PS3. Great program that makes it look like you have a direct interface to various streaming sites directly from the PS3, even though you are proxying through your PC. The free service is cool with me. I don't mind a few commercials.

matte415002d ago

I was just posting on the PS3 forums when I saw the post above. If interested in Playon as an alternative to HULU plus see
http://www.playon.tv/playon...
Less expensive but doesn’t have complete seasons for TV shows. Contains other channels like tv.com, tbs.com, espn.com, fox news.com, etc. I would be somewhat concerned that providers may be able to disable this product. I have it and enjoy it but I got it early and it was cheaper in the beta days. They have now changed pricing so that a 1 year subscription is $40 or a lifetime subscription is $80.

DashingDevin5002d ago

It's not worth $10 bucks a month unless you have nothing better to spend your money on. Until they actually get whats on Hulu.com onto the PS3 application as far as TV show selection just stick to your laptop. I was part of the invitation only. You still get just as many ads and TV show selection is extremely limited and you will watch just about everything you would want to see in about a week.

JUST SAYIN...

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TAC Pro For PS4 Allows For A PC Gaming Experience

PC like experience on PS4 – Sony’s attempt to address cross platform gaming

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Hulu Plus Update Brings Official Support For PlayStation TV

Hulu Plus is now officially supported on the PlayStation TV after the app updated to version 1.04.

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JMaine5183407d ago

Nice! Wish I was able to pick up one of these when they were going for cheap on Amazon

vongruetz3407d ago

I picked up my second during that Amazon sale. I needed a new PS3 controller and for $10 more, I could also get the PSTV, Lego game, and memory card. It was kind of a no-brainer

TheColbertinator3407d ago

Good to hear. Hulu Plus is my favorite

ScorpiusX3407d ago

Great deal , but hulu sux . Tried the sub some of the movies on their were like 30-years old , stuff 8 have never heard of . Again great for those that will enjoy both

ruefrak3407d ago

The movies on Hulu are not as good as what you find on Netflix. Hulu is the service you use to catch up on the current season of shows. I don't use it as much as Netflix, but more than Amazon Prime. If you have them all, you've got all your bases covered.

uth113407d ago

Great, now get youtube & netflix and half the complaints about this device will go away!

vongruetz3406d ago

Youtube ain't happening, but you can use it through the browser. Netflix is the one that everyone is waiting for.

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Hulu Plus is Now Available for the Nintendo 3DS; One Month Free Trial Offered

Hulu is becoming ubiquitous among consoles and it has now made its way to Nintendo’s handheld device, the 3DS. Users can try out Hulu Plus by signing up for a free month trial.

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