Sony has confirmed that it’ll launch its movie downloads service for the PlayStation 3 in the US this summer. However, European film fans will have to wait a little longer. In the firm’s Corporate Strategy Update (CSU) FY2008-2010 document, Sony said it plans to “roll out video services across key Sony products by FY2010, …
and the first film will be...
Of me! Humping my PS3.
This will hopefully be followed up by the exclusive launch of my "full length" 18 rated movie: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/06/26/picnic_table_sentence/
why do we always get things last over here?
The HD pictures on these services are so heavily compressed that unless barely anything is happening on screen, they don't come close to the quality of that BluRay player PS3 owners have paid for!
LoveFilm et al rent out BDs for the same price as DVD and IMHO represent much better value. I know Sony haven't announced prices yet, but it won't be cheap.
Only Sony Picture are on board
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