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Sony's video download store will finally be available to European PlayStation owners later this year! According to announcements out of Sony's GamesCom presentation, the service will launch in the UK, France, Germany, and Spain in November, with more areas to follow in 2010. At first, the service w...

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Prepaid PlayStation Network cards currently come in two flavors: $20 and $50. For those of you that don't want to shell out the big bucks on the PSN will be glad to know that a new variation is coming: the $10 denomination. Best Buy has a listing for the cheaper card, in addition to a $20 prepaid ...

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A Belgian website, consoleshop.be, is currently listing prepaid PSN cards in both €20 and €50 denominations. As Edge points out, the release date is pinned as October 1st, the same day that the UMD-free PSP Go handheld launches. SCEE hasn't officially announced plans to sell pre-paid PSN...

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It took long enough, but it appears pre-paid PlayStation Network cards have arrived in Canada. Makinen snapped this photo of a local Canadian card that credits you 20 Canadian dollars for use on the PSN. With it, our credit card-less Canadian friends can finally start downloading games and movies ...

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Sony's PlayStation Blog announced today that PSN cards will be available at more national retailers beginning in October. The cards will soon be available in $20 and $50 denominations at Wal-Mart, Best Buy and "select Sam's Club outlets." The cards will assist in destroying GPAs when they become a...

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The PlayStation Blog recently announced that PlayStation Network cards are now available in $20 and $50 denominations at national movie rental chain Blockbuster. Cards can also be picked up at Meijer Superstore, Speedway, Pamida and ... AAFES. We actually had to look that last one up and learned t...

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PSN Cards are now at Blockbuster stores. Don't believe us? Watch the above video and check out the PlayStation Blog's Jeff Rubenstein as he confidently strides across the store and proves to you that they exist. Testosterrific! They're available in both $20 and $50 flavors and should be in stores n...

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Reader Benny Boy sent us another pic of those North American PSN cards so many people are waiting on. It's not surprising to see these cards being sold as they've been out in Meijer for almost a month now. So why are we running this story? The twist here involves where these cards were found. The c...

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We've known that PSN cards have been around for awhile now at select gas stations and areas near military forts and bases across the United States. Now, it looks like the cards are making another step towards more direct and wide scale distribution. American superstore Meijer is selling the cards t...

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To kick of the new year, Sony Japan is giving away 100 PlayStation Network cards worth 5,000 Yen a piece now through Jan. 7. Entering is extremely easy, because all you have to do is to purchase something from the Japanese PlayStation Store. Of course, most Western gamers don't buy much from the ...

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Missing out on the influx of potential holiday cash, Sony confirmed that PlayStation Network cards will arrive in North America early next year. The cards act in the same capacity as the Wii and Xbox 360 point cards -- except Sony uses actual dollar amounts, hallelujah! The first solid evidence o...

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Although it isn't official, the guys over at PS3 Fanboy put two and two together and figured out pre-paid PlayStation Network cards are coming to retail in the States. They came to the conclusion after Sony sent them Christmas greetings with the pre-paid card you see above inside the envelope. "We...

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