For many years a contingent of PlayStation fans has been clamouring for a browser-based PSN web store as an alternative to the one that is currently accessible via PS3. Last month Sony obliged by launching the Sony Entertainment Network (SEN) Store in a number of European territories, although gamers in the US were left out of the loop.
SEN COO Shawn Layden recently told CNET that the PSN web store will be available in North America later this month, and that there are plans in place to eventually allow users to automatically download their purchases from the SEN Store to their PS3s.
At the moment users need to access their download list via their PS3’s XMB or on the PlayStation Store to download content purchased from the PSN web store.
You can get a taste of what the US version of the SEN Store will offer when it launches later this month by heading over to its European variant.