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Video is down, but rumours are everywhere. I would keep an eye on the Twitter tweets from LOVEFILM
http://twitter.com/lovefilm as well as the lovefilm website.
They are bound to setup the help section just before launch
You also would need a subscription to lovefilm, i can setup a 2 Month free trial for anyone interested, contact via PM or twitter @ctrlF5
The Video Store is bloody expensive though. LoveFilm offers unlimited rentals for £9.99 per month. A single HD rental on the Store is about 4.99 for SD and 5.99 for HD. The value in services like Mubi and LoveFilm on PlayStation Network is huge. I don't mind using the Store to rent movies, I just can't really afford to do it too often.
sony must have a good deal from lovefilm as this will stop people buying from the video on psn store. if sony got a good deal then all the risk is on lovefilm not sony. but sony sale may go down from psn that cant be good.
Yea, but it might also make people buy PS3's that might not have done it before as they have a more valid reason for doing so now. Also not everything is available online with Lovefilm (although there is about 4000 films on there) so people who want the latest movies will still use PSN. Although I think it's a bit pricy myself.
I am looking forward to this though, I cancelled love film a long time ago but this will probably make me go back.
the problem with this is, first its streaming not download which with my crap connection in a no no . second its standard def only , and third they are only showing 3% of there films .
its a start i admit , but a very poor one .
I have to say as an existing Lovefilm customer, I'm quite pleased I'll be able to watch online content when I feel like it from the comfort of my armchair, but if Sony managed to keep the Flash Player within the realms of actually being current on the web browser then I wouldn't need a special option on the browser.
I'd far prefer a web browser that actually kept pace with the 21st century than specific gizmos that only benefitted a closed audience (i.e. Lovefilm paying customers). If they'd not took away my Linux OS I'd be able to do that myself without having to wait for Sony to get their finger out.
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