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Firefox plugin to access old PS3 store [removed]


Helyx

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1 hour ago, Helyx said:

 

Also, note that this allows the use of PSDLE again also.

 

Nope, not really. I've tried it and it redirects to the new Library page.

 

Anyway now i can continue grabbing random free stuff for F2P games i'll probably never ever play lmao.

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50 minutes ago, Lance_87 said:

Nope, not really. I've tried it and it redirects to the new Library page.

 

You'll need to revert back to an older version (3.xx something), but it does work; just not on the most recent version.

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11 minutes ago, TimeLordCrow13y said:

Doesn’t seem to be working for me. I’ve installed the add-on. But I still see the new store. :( Maybe I have to update Firefox? 

Are you navigating to https://store.playstation.com/en-us/home/games (or your regional equivalent url) or are you just going to https://store.playstation.com? The former is required to get it to load. The latter will always pull up the new store.

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I keep thinking: well I can sort of understand them phasing out old systems, because updating them to the latest technology standards will be too much cost for little financial benefit.

 

And then they keep doing stupid things like keeping the actual systems online and just deleting the links to them. Epic stuff Sony. ???

 

I will enjoy it while it lasts though, thanks for bringing it to our attention.

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10 minutes ago, MrHealthy said:

Are you navigating to https://store.playstation.com/en-us/home/games (or your regional equivalent url) or are you just going to https://store.playstation.com? The former is required to get it to load. The latter will always pull up the new store.

 

I clicked the direct link (the first one in your post) on the forum. It’s taking me to the new store. 

 

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