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Published on June 4th, 2008 | by Daniel David

Sony Introducing Qore

Announced at the Playstation Blog which debuts this Thursday is Qore, which is a gaming program that you can download that will feature exclusive news, demos, beta access, behind the scenes, etc. Check out the video preview at the PS Blog.

Everything is filmed in HD and one episode will be available each month. This service isn’t free with each episode costing $2.99 or you can get the Qore Annual Subscription of 13 episodes for $24.99. The service is being hosted by Veronica Belmont.

They have revealed what will be available this week on Qore which will reveal exclusive content for SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Confrontation, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, Secret Agent Clank, Soul Calibur 4 and Afro Samurai.

The latest Blu-ray Disc trailers, an exclusive SOCOM: Confrontation theme with an invitation to the SOCOM: Confrontation beta, art galleries and a few secrets they haven’t disclosed yet.

I like idea behind Qore my only problem is that I hope that people who choose not download Qore don’t miss out on to much content. I would like the 13 episode fee and single episode fee to be a little cheaper as well.

This could being sucessful and I hope they announce what will be in each show so people looking for information and content on their favorite games can download that months episodes.

I’m getting this week episode simply to get in the SOCOM beta but lets see how this all works out, Qore could be benefical in the long run or a disaster.

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