So having that option -- to download the latest movies either to my PS3 and transfer, or directly to the PSP itself and just go -- does appeal to me. I could find myself being a customer. There are, of course, a few little problems -- I can't watch HD on the PSP; I own a PSP Slim + Lite with its tiny battery life that mocks me; and of course Sony memory cards are not cheap.
The rentals offered by Sony started at a little over £2, have to be watched in 48 hours, and would be available for 11 days. Not bad for a cheap night in, or for entertainment on the go. Purchased films are yours to keep at roughly the same price as you would pay in the store, but you get to sit on your ass instead.
It feels good to finally see the service available, but it's disappointing that it took Sony this long to launch in the UK. I always felt that Sony should have had this covered before anybody else. I look at the PS3 and the PSP now and I feel confident in Sony again -- they are finally turning into the all around entertainment systems they were designed to be.
As for the launch party? Yeah, I totally didn't get drunk, break a bed, or make an ass of myself in any way, shape or form. God damn it -- I am a professional!
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