PSN Content Now Available For Purchase On Amazon
Yep, it's just another way to get your PlayStation Network fix. And with such a large assortment of addictive and top-quality titles, it's always good to have more purchase options.
Today, SCEA has announced a collaboration with Amazon.com that will let users purchase digital access codes for more than 200 PSN games and game-related content for the PS3 and PSP. All you gotta do is check out the new branch over at the world's largest online retailer, and feel free to browse through the selection. You'll find popular favorites like Flower, Wipeout Pure, PAIN, PixelJunk Eden, Twisted Metal: Head-On and much more, so take advantage and flesh out your digital collection. Said senior vice president of Marketing and the PlayStation Network, Peter Dille
"With more than 600 million pieces of content downloaded to date, consumers are turning to PlayStation Network more than ever for digitally distributed entertainment content. We are excited to team with Amazon.com to expand our reach with Amazon’s market leading ability to target current and future PlayStation consumers."
Remember, what you'll be buying from Amazon isn't technically the game itself; you'll be purchasing a code that you will input on your PS3 or PSP, and then you will download it directly. It's a great idea in our minds, just because it further promote the ever-expanding PSN and gives consumers another way to nab all sorts of digital content. So if you're at work and you're just surfin', maybe you should check out the PSN stuff at Amazon and pick up a few things; when you get home, you can just download what you've bought. There are some great deals on there right now...
10/7/2009 10:21:36 AM Ben Dutka