Now that the giant ice spiders have gone back into hibernation for a few months, Sony can finally ship PlayStation Network cards to Canada without fear of having arachnid eggs planted in their drivers.

Now available at the EB Games and GameStop locations that have yet to be ravaged by the ongoing conflict, PlayStation Canada will be venturing out into the wilds to deliver them to Best Buy, Future Shop, HMV, The Source, and Rogers Plus stores in the coming weeks and months, so there should be a healthy supply by the time the next round of baby spiders burrow out of their human hosts.


The cards come in $20 and $50 increments, and if you Canadians need any help figuring out what to purchase with them, Sony Canada's Kyle Moffatt has listed several excellent suggestions in his post on the PlayStation blog.

PSN Cards Debut in Canada [PlayStation Blog]

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