US/EU PSN Stores Back Online, Still Nothing for Japan

Gran Turismo 5 100 June 2, 2011 by

Since Kazunori Yamauchi announced the next Gran Turismo 5 update was being held back due to ongoing problems with the PlayStation Network, GT fans have had special reason to closely follow news about the service. Fortunately, Sony has taken yet another important step forward, bringing the PSN Store back online today in the U.S. and Europe.

However, take special note the service is still offline in Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea. As such, there is little chance this latest bit of positive news indicates the next GT5 update is about to be released. As previously mentioned, issues with credit card companies and the Japanese government are preventing Sony from restoring services in their native country.

Stay tuned for more…

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