Sony flipped the switch tonight to bring the last remaining piece of its PlayStation Network back online, the PlayStation Store.
The company announced the service's return in a blog post, saying that customers once again have access to the store to buy games and movies, rent movies, and download other content for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable. Music Unlimited by Qriocity, Sony's streaming music service, is also back online. The service's restoration comes two days later than Sony initially promised last month, when it said all services of PSN would be fully accessible by May 31. As the company warned earlier this week, customers in Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea still do not yet have access to any of the restored services.
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