PlayStation Shopping With Class

After ten years, San Francisco's PlayStation Store closed. Fret not! In Japan, the PlayStation shopping experience lives on.

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As detailed last fall with blurry pics and layout plans, Japanese retailer Labi rolled out redone PlayStation sections for its Ikebukuro branch.

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The PlayStation concept store provides customers with a throughly stylish and classy PS buying experience as evident by these photos.

Osaka's Nipponbashi also has a PlayStation concept store as well.

Photos Of Japan's PlayStation Concept Stores [Siliconera]

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DISCUSSION

boooo! went to San Fran last year on some totally random *stuff* and happened to be staying across the street from the Meterdome (or whatever its called) and went in in the morning to hit up the SONY store and BAM it was gone.