Just recently, Sony announced on their blog that their subscription program, Playstation Plus, will be receiving a price hike.
The price hike (which starts next month on the 22nd) has the twelve month memberships at $59.99 USD/$69.99 CAD and the three month memberships at $24.99 USD/$29.99 CAD.
For more information on the price hike, including current members of the PS Plus subscription and auto-renewals, click here.
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If you are one of many people who are still rocking Sony’s handheld, the Playstation Portable (PSP), mad props and respect to you.
However, it’s probably time for an upgrade.
Sony announced yesterday that on March 31st, it will shut down it’s Playstation Store services for the PSP. Here’s the official press release from Sony’s support website.
“On March 31, 2016, the PlayStation®Store for PlayStation®Portable (PSP®) system in the SCEA region will be closed. PSP system users will be able to purchase PSP content from the web-based PlayStation Store at store.playstation.com, and also access past purchases from the Download list on their PSP system. Users will continue to have the ability to make in-game purchases from their PSP system.
Select PSP games are also available for purchase on the PlayStation®Store for PlayStation®Vita system users.”
Hopefully all PSP titles will be available for the Vita? Only time will tell.