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Yesterday, Sony launched its movie download service for the PlayStation. Take a look behind the scenes to see the service in action, as well as some 3D gaming and the PlayStation Move controller.

To the above list of features, Sony's now adding movie downloads and rentals that will be available from 1am AEST on Thursday, 20 May.

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/ Photo by Derek Fung/CNET Australia

Standard-definition movies can be viewed on all generations of the PSP. The PSP's store looks much like the one on the PS3, minus, of course, the eye candy.

Check out our news story on the movie download service for more information.

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Sony staged its launch at a swanky house overlooking the ocean in Sydney's eastern suburbs. Alas, the weather refused to play ball, so the only things enjoying the infinity edge pool were a bunch of PlayStation symbols.

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With the E3 gaming convention just around the corner, Sony had no new news regarding 3D on the PlayStation.

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Despite the lack of 3D-related news, Sony wheeled out a few of its 3D televisions. These were hooked up to PlayStations running MotorStorm in three dimensions.

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Sony also wheeled out its motion-sensitive PlayStation Move controllers. Check out our first impressions of the still-in-development PlayStation Move controllers for more info.

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