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Video Store update: 3rd December 2012

Hello PlayStation Blog everyone, I am here to tell you about four new Video Store releases for this week.

The Bourne Legacy - UK?

The Bourne Legacy – Agent Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner) must use his genetically-enhanced skills to finish what Jason Bourne started in this action-packed hit that takes the Bourne series to explosive new levels.
The fourth movie in the Bourne Franchise is now to be revealed!

Available to buy from £11.99 in the UK and will be available in Australia from 13th December 2012.

The Dark Knight Rises - UK

The Dark Knight Rises – In this epic conclusion to the Dark Knight trilogy, the emergence of Bane, a masked terrorist with ruthless plans for Gotham, drives Batman out of his self-imposed exile.

An amazing and an unforgettable masterpiece from the Director, Christopher Nolan! This is a must see movie which rises and goes way beyond spectacular!!!

Available to buy from £11.99/AU$22

A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas - AUS

A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas – When Kumar accidentally burns down Harold’s father-in-law’s prized tree on Christmas Eve, the two embark on another ill-advised journey to New York City to replace it.

Available to buy in Australia from 5th December 2012, priced AU$19.99. Available now to buy in UK from £11.99

Step Up Revolution - AUS

Step Up: Revolution – Step Up 4: Miami Heat is the next instalment in the worldwide smash Step Up franchise, which sets the dancing against the vibrant backdrop of Miami. Emily (Kathryn McCormick) arrives in Miami with aspirations of becoming a professional dancer…

Available to buy in Australia from 05th December 2012, priced AU$19.99. Available now in the UK to buy, priced £11.99.

All titles are available from PlayStation Store in glorious 1080p HD!

Enjoy!

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Shadowdragoon 3 December, 2012 @ 4:21 pm   1

Norway, WHEN?

 
LoneHawk89 3 December, 2012 @ 4:25 pm   2

Video Store for nordic countries (including Finland) when?
3 years ago we were promised to get Video Store “Within a year”.

Where is it?

 

Don’t worry my Scandinavian friends. We already got Netflix on PS3. These movies cost 1.5 times as much as a month’s subscription to Netflix.

 
Farhad_Khan_ 3 December, 2012 @ 5:59 pm   4

the pirate bay *cough*

 

Guys, don’t expect an update from anyone at SCEE (or SNEE) regarding the roll-out of the store to other regions. It’s a well known fact that they will NOT communicate such information regarding this topic with the community.

(Probably because any such roll-out has been (obviously) canned. They just don’t have the guts to actually admit it.)

 
captain57boots 4 December, 2012 @ 3:45 am   6

any plans to give PS Plus members a deal with the movies?
We had a deal on the music unlimited how about the movies?

 
captain57boots 4 December, 2012 @ 3:49 am   7

any plans for a PS Plus deal on movies? We had one for music unlimited and obviously for games, so are movies next?

 
fauxtronic 4 December, 2012 @ 12:52 pm   8

I will never understand why people pay prices like this for such non-portable digital content when it’s often cheaper to buy from somewhere like Amazon. The Bourne Legacy is two quid cheaper for example, and you get a DVD as well as digital copy.

Slightly OT, but has anyone else noticed that with the new PSN ‘app’ when the notice pops up that the store is “down for maintenance” pressing circle doesn’t exit and there’s no quit on the menu? The only option is to shut down the whole system.

 
TheTedster 4 December, 2012 @ 1:54 pm   10

When are you going to give Ireland some love and gives us a video store on ps3. Why should we be treated like second class citizens compare to everyone else, just because we like our drinking and fighting…..

 
Stonesthrow 5 December, 2012 @ 8:08 am   11

Still amazes me how many countries don’t have this yet. Roll it out to everyone or don’t roll it out at all. They don’t even have to bother putting down the price in Euros.

Guess I’ll keep renting movies from the tv’s Digibox.