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Sony exec kinda sorta confirms Hub service and downloadable PS3 games

Ryan Block, @ryan
02.20.06
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We can't ourselves confirm Impress's pseudo-confirmation, but according to PS3center's reading of an Impress report, it sounds like like corporate executive managing director and senior vice president of Sony Computer Entertainment Asia, Tetsuhiko Yasuda, said something about PlayStation 3 games being downloadable (nice) through Sony's supposed Hub service (nice!). Apparently this would be a concerted, controlled effort to combat game piracy in Asia, but hey, their new system (like every new system) is totally unbreakable and uncrackable, right, guys? Right? Anyway, we're taking this whole thing with a big grain of salt and keep you posted.

[Via PS3center]

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