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Wed, Aug 19, 2009 | 00:49 BST
Day one is rounding up at GameCom and if you missed out on any of it, we’ve got you covered.
It’s all here in one lovely post. From Peter Moore sporting shorts and chatting on stage with Katarina Vitt, to Ray Muzyka not giving us a Mass Effect 2 date – that was the EA side.
From the day purchase of a purple Hannah Montana PSP 3000 to Kaz’s mega-fucking-ton but anticlimactic announcements of PS3 Slim and it’s pretty price – Sony’s all right here as well.
Hit the links and see for yourself.
EA PRESS EVENT
Sony Press Event
Tue, Aug 18, 2009 | 18:20 BST
During today’s Sony GamesCom presser, the console-maker confirmed that PSN cards are coming to Europe. They’ll be available in €20 and €50 varieties.
The liveblog contains all knowledge. Worship it with your eyes.
Mon, Jul 27, 2009 | 22:11 BST
Belgian site consoleshop.be appears to have cracked open a hidden vein of European prepaid PSN cards, and will share its bounty with everyone else on October 1.
The PSP Go — in all its download-only glory — also launches on October 1, so pairing it with PSN cards makes sense.
The cards will apparently come in two flavors, €20 and €50.
When contacted by Edge, Sony claimed that consoleshop.de’s images were actually ‘shopped versions of North American PSN cards. However, the console behemoth has yet to confirm or deny the existence of European PSN cards.
Using our speculative crystal balls, however, we’ve seen the future. There’s fire raining down from the heavens, terror-driven riots that signal the coming of a new age, and blood caked all over the boots of a new, hell-borne regime.
There are also PSN cards, for whatever it’s worth.
Fri, Sep 26, 2008 | 19:49 BST
SCEA’s announced that PSN cards are to become more available in the US over the next few months, with more retailers getting in on the act in October and November.
The cards will be available at Walmart, Best Buy, select Sam’s Club stores in October 2008, and at Barnes & Noble College Bookstores in November.
“The PlayStation Network Cards are an easy way for PSP and PS3 fans to obtain great games, movies, TV shows and other entertainment through PlayStation Network and we are pleased to offer them at major retailers nationwide,” said PSN boss Eric Lempel, director.
“With the holiday season right around the corner, these cards are an ideal gift option for friends and family, whether they are movie aficionados, dedicated gamers or something in between.”
Press release after the link.
Tue, Sep 16, 2008 | 07:22 BST
Wed, Aug 27, 2008 | 23:09 BST
Wed, Aug 27, 2008 | 20:19 BST
Kotaku’s carrying what purports to be an internal email from GameStop that claims the US retailer won’t be selling PSN cards until next year.
Apparently GameStop isn’t yet equipped to activate the cards. Which is a shame. They’re already out and are being stocked by Midwest chain Meijer.
More through the link.