Sony has launched a web-based version of the PlayStation Store so you can shop while you're at your computer.
The store - which went live on Friday ahead of an official announcement (at time of writing) - will let gamers buy games, movies, and TV shows from their browser, and then have the content automatically queued on their PS3, PS Vita, or PSP.
The prices are the same as the PlayStation Store on the console, meaning games like Far Cry 3 will set you back £59.99. After purchase, your content is added to your Download List on your Sony Entertainment Network-activated device.
Users will be able to pay for the content and games in the usual methods once they've signed in such as with credit cards or PayPal.