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    Unhappy Redesigned PlayStation Store looks new, runs slow

    Sony promised PS3 owners a quicker, more seamless shopping experience with the redesigned PlayStation Store, but so far it's been hampered by long load times and broken images.

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    PlayStation Store problems

    One word to describe the PlayStation Store today: SLOW

    The PlayStation Store may be redesigned, shiny and new, but it's currently running like a BMW with a lawnmower engine. In other words, slow.

    The good news is that Sony is aware of the issue, and says it has taken steps to rectify problems that PlayStation 3 owners experienced when the redesign went live on April 15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHR.Overload View Post
    Sony promised PS3 owners a quicker, more seamless shopping experience with the redesigned PlayStation Store, but so far it's been hampered by long load times and broken images.

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    PlayStation Store problems

    One word to describe the PlayStation Store today: SLOW

    The PlayStation Store may be redesigned, shiny and new, but it's currently running like a BMW with a lawnmower engine. In other words, slow.

    The good news is that Sony is aware of the issue, and says it has taken steps to rectify problems that PlayStation 3 owners experienced when the redesign went live on April 15.
    the store runs fine. everything is much faster now. The only problem is that images dont load all the time. but that doesnt stop the store from functioning.

    can you please link me where you got this info from ? the store runs faster for me and my friends from other forums.

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