PSP and Sky to launch GO View! in Europe

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When Sony said they wanted to make the PSP and the Playstation 3 vital parts of the media hub they weren’t kidding.

Sony and Sky have launched a video download service called GO! View offering sports, films and range of Sky TV shows for the PSP, video-on-demand stylee. It’s the portable console’s first official video download service in Europe.

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Owen Jenkinson, Go! View Marketing Manager proclaimed:

“Go! View allows PSP users to take advantage of a unique service, adding another dimension to PSP’s offering”

“The opportunity to watch top TV and movies on-the-go and on-demand will allow PSP owners to enjoy their favorite entertainment on their own terms, enhancing the PSP’s offering as a portable gaming console.”

It will be available to Europeans on a subscription or pay-per-view basis, and once registered will be allowed to download vids from their PC straight to the not-so-pocket sized console.

Oh, and check out the cool website, here

Do it for the cute robots if nothing else. Takes a while to load though.

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Author: Stephen Ebert

Stephen Ebert is a London-based journalist currently blogging about gadgets, toys and video games as well as fashion and style related goodness at StuffWeLike. He's also a staff writer at the London based gadget and technology website Absolute Gadget having had previous brief stints at magazines in the UK such as T3 Home, GQ, Stuff.tv, Total Film and FourFourTwo.

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