SCEE Announces Movies for PS3 Video Service Launch in Europe
Today SCEE announced that the video store will launch "sometime late November," with films being available in both HD and SD.
The initial wave of titles to the store will include Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Hannah Montana: The Movie, Bruno, Angels & Demons, Casino Royale, Crank 2: High Voltage and The Hills Have Eyes.
The video store allows users to download the latest releases straight to their PlayStation 3, and will be available in France, Germany, Spain and the UK from November with other markets to follow in 2010.
Press Release: Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) is excited to announce a 'Must have' list of blockbuster hit films that will be available on the PlayStation Network Video Delivery Service before Christmas.
From action packed thrillers to a little something for the kids, there will be a host of fantastic films that all the family are sure to enjoy, some of which include: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Hannah Montana: The Movie, Bruno, Angels & Demons, Casino Royale, Crank 2: High Voltage and The Hills Have Eyes.
The service will allow movie fans to download the latest releases straight to their PlayStation3 (PS3) and PSP (PlayStationPortable) for viewing at home or on the go from this November in France, Germany, Spain and the UK with other markets to follow in 2010.
The video store will offer high quality entertainment, available to buy or to rent, from major movie studios including 20th Century Fox, Disney-ABC-ESPN Television1, Lionsgate2, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. (MGM), Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures, Starz Media2, Universal, and Warner Bros. In additional, a number of local studios will be announced closer to launch. Pricing details still to come.
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This is so good.. I am looking forward to it.
It's interesting to see the video store expand, but why is it that Canada is always left far behind...
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Wow this is great .. I'll be finally able to see what others are getting (everyone can make a uk account).. too bad we cannot use it for useful things... demos an videos in the future!
This is getting a little old... new services are launched for the big markets while small countries are still waiting for basic services like a PSN store. On the other hand... I'm still thankful that we have PSN access for multiplayer games... well that was kinda of a no brainer, probably I would not have bought a PS3 if it wasn't for that option.
Well with a PS2 life span of close to 10 years.. we have another 6 years ahead of us to wait for it...
About ....ing time too!
Although i can guarentee the prices will continue to be a rip off, like other PSN stuff is now.
Maybe they'll actually start letting us access TV shows too. It'd have to be a bloody good selection though - we're talking entire archives of tv shows, any episode you want etc.
Personally, i think i'd end up sticking with my current favorite advertless tv watching experience! (Plus i don't have to wait 6 months for shows to reach the uk!)
Getting old, honing my moaning skills....
Christmas you say? Baaa HUMBUG.
p.s. What happened to the "Reputation" section of the UCP? and how come all my thread subscriptions died? (massive server update?)
Around the time we terminated the chatbox the UCP Reps were disabled along with the "gems" (among other things) showing on the Forums... only a Rep number shows in posts now. Since neutering these things, the site navigation speed has improved a bit so I am not sure how soon they will return but there is always a chance down the road.