Sony UK told Eurogamer today that it has nothing to say about reports its American friends have been showing off a PS3 video store to retailers.
Kotaku, which was bang on with its other reports from the Destination PlayStation conference that brought us news of the Metal Gear Solid 4 release date and bundle, reports that the video store was shown off at the same time.
Apparently Sony Pictures-owned films are included, it uses a similar interface to SingStar PS3's SingStore, and North America will be first to see it.
If it does launch, it will give Microsoft something to think about; at the moment Xbox Live Video Marketplace rides alone across the money-coloured waters of downloadable film and TV rentals, delivering the likes of Outbreak and Analyze This to whoever has the hard disk space.
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