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PlayStation Network hits new milestone

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 25 Feb 2009 15:59 User comments (6)

PlayStation Network hits new milestone Sony has noted that their free PlayStation Network service has hit a new milestone, 20 million registered users.
The service went live with the launch of the PlayStation 3 in November 2006 and offers PS3 and PSP users access to demos, movies, wallpapers and other digital content as well as global multiplayer gaming.

Sony added that over 600 titles "now incorporate online play" and that PSN is available in 55 countries. There are also 14,500 digital items in the store with just under 6000 movies and TV episodes.

Over 380 million pieces of content have been downloaded through PSN since its launch, bringing in revenue of 180 million USD.

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6 user comments

125.2.2009 21:31

im one

226.2.2009 13:45

guilty

32.3.2009 10:41

Yep me too !

42.3.2009 11:22

Originally posted by lfcrule72:
Yep me too !
Hey stranger!

Glad to see some positive news on the PS3 front.

55.3.2009 4:46
chemiet
Inactive

its the best when playing street fighter 4

69.3.2009 6:50

Quote:
Originally posted by lfcrule72:
Yep me too !
Hey stranger!

Glad to see some positive news on the PS3 front.
Hello mate !

Not really been on any forum for ages, even worse now that I have become addicted to Killzone 2 online..... I have never been so addicted to an online game, well maybe Burnout Paradise came close but this game has taken over my life - anyone know where I can contact Killzone2-aholics anonymous ?

Regards

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