Sony has announced plans to shut down the PSP comic service in September, and new content will no longer be added to the store as of March 15 in Japan. The US and European ends stopped updating last summer. The comics tab will also be removed from the main PSP interface, but those who have purchased comics through the service will still be able to access the content until the end of the year. After which, comics will no longer be accessible, so in order to continue having access, Sony suggested using the Media Go program. Meanwhile, the firm is looking into offering comics and other digital books through other Sony and PlayStation brand products and services. Thanks, Andriasang.
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