PS3, Vita, & PSP Store Shutdown Details Explained

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The PlayStation Store is officially being removed from the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and PlayStation Portable starting July 2nd.

Last week early reports and rumors started swirling that Sony would pull the plug in the coming months but it wasn’t confirmed until yesterday when the PlayStation.com support webpage was updated with an FAQ regarding the removal.

Today we’re going through all the documentation to tell you what you need to know about which games will still be available and how.

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