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You can now browse the PlayStation Store in your browser


6:45 PM on 01.24.2013
Sony Entertainment StoreYou can now browse the PlayStation Store in your browser photo



As promised earlier this month, the Sony Entertainment Network online store can now be accessed via the web for those of us living in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil. In other words, the PlayStation Store is all up in your browser, offering the functionality one would have expected to see long ago. Take a look for yourself at the new site.

While I don't particularly mind the current PlayStation 3 store interface, this web-based solution looks to a significant step up from a discoverability standpoint. Based on the few minutes I've just spent looking at games I so don't need to buy, it also seems quicker to load.

Introducing the New Sony Entertainment Network Online Store [PlayStation Blog]






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