You've been asking, now they've got answers. The European PlayStation Blog has posted an FAQ concerning the issues regarding the Euro PSN, PlayStation Store, as well as the explanations behind the regional differences of their front, particularly from the US.
European PlayStation Store manager Angela Madronero posted the long FAQ in response to the many recurring questions on their blog (even here on QJ). Since many of those can't be covered in the weekly Store updates, she took the opportunity to give us all the info.
Questions in the FAQ:
- How has the European PlayStation Store grown since its launch? Are there any plans to increase the reach of the store further?
- What improvements have been made to the PlayStation Store since launch?
- Why is the navigation different across different regions?
- Why is there different content on the European Store from the US and Japanese stores?
- Why is there a difference in third party content?
- In addition to accepting credit cards, the US allows you to use pre-paid cards within the PlayStation-Store. Will we be getting a pre-paid cards system and, if so, when?
- When will Europe get a video and music download service?
It's quite a heavy post, so be sure to drop by the European PlayStation Blog to get all the answers straight from the Store manager.
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