I was so stoked when I checked it out this morning. There was a good amount of new stuff on offer too, but the free shit we anticipated is not available yet--boo.
Highlights for me: Bonk's Adventure and Bomberman '94!! This follows the Neutopia release of a few months ago.
I've got all these games already, but the idea is I can download them on my PSP and play them on the go now. And that's better than spending $300 for a used TurboExpress with dead pixels.
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|EmP - June 03, 2011 (11:46 AM)
Get the Turbo Express, and stop being a cheaparse.
|hmd - June 03, 2011 (04:35 PM)
I should probably post this since I've seen idiots on Twitter complaining about losing their codes due to PSN error messages.
Go to: Account Management -> Transaction Management -> Services List -> SCEA Promotion
|True - June 03, 2011 (07:20 PM)
|zippdementia - June 03, 2011 (09:08 PM)
I'll also note that you may experience error with the "Welcome Back" option, simply because there's about a million users trying to access it right now.
|honestgamer - June 03, 2011 (09:17 PM)
I managed to "purchase" my four games, even though I haven't downloaded most of them. Purchasing was all I really wanted to do at this point, though, since there's an expiration date on the "Welcome Back" program. I wanted to make sure that I didn't miss out on the freebies. Now they're linked to my account and stuff!
|True - June 03, 2011 (09:56 PM)
I think they're giving everyone 30 days from today.
|honestgamer - June 03, 2011 (10:57 PM)
Yeah, thirty days is the time limit but if I didn't do it today, I might forget about it down the road and then I'd just feel stupid. So now I have that out of the way and don't have to worry. :-D
|True - June 03, 2011 (11:21 PM)
Heh. Yeah. I did the same thing. I don't know about you (may be my internet) hut it's taking its sweet ass time. Plus, I may be losing my PS3 soon anyway and wanted to get that on my account before then.
|JoeTheDestroyer - June 04, 2011 (04:06 PM)
I finally hooked my PS3 up for this occasion. That and I wanted to play Scott Pilgrim.
|SamildanachEmrys - June 04, 2011 (11:28 PM)
Wait, code? Someone said code. What code? I have no code. Do I need one?
|zigfried - June 05, 2011 (07:01 AM)
Sony has just been hacked for the thirteenth time in the last month (so much for their lauded "Advanced Security Technology"). It was a small breach, but still, this is just a public service announcement to use point cards instead of credit cards to make your PSN purchases. Sony's going to be hacked from here to doomsday.
|SamildanachEmrys - June 05, 2011 (08:53 AM)
I wondered if someone might hack PSN again just to prove they can. Sigh.