Sony PlayStation Store re-opens, Welcome Back offer not yet available

By on Jun 2, 2011 in Gaming, Technology, World Comments

The Sony PlayStation Store reopened and is back online, but the promised Welcome Back offer is not yet available, as of this writing.



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As announced at Sony PlayStation blog on Thursday, June 2, 2011, PlayStation online store resumed its operation and has been updated with new videos, demos and a lot more.

“We will update you with the full lists of new content available to PlayStation Network members and PlayStation Plus subscribers.” Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) Communications Head Nick Chaplin said on the blog.

However, Chaplin noted that the Welcome Back offer is not yet live and is still in the final stages of testing but he cleared that it will be available very soon.

Meanwhile, PlayStation Store Director Grace Chen provided a list on the blog on Wednesday the updated downloadable content (DLC) for their customers.

Among them are the lists of full game trial, featured games, discounted games, featured themes and avatars, as well as Qore, the online magazine of PlayStation Network (PSN).

For the downloadable games, available now are Alien Crush, Bonk’s Adventure, Sega Rally Online Arcade, Star Raiders and Back To The Future: The Game, to name a few.

Nevertheless, Ms. Chen mentioned that the list will be updated again on Friday, June 4.



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