The PlayStation Patrol tours

Hmm, we could start this off with “Look it’s a bird, it’s a plane…It’s the PlayStation Patrol Tour!” line. Yeah, we could do that but we won’t (although it seems that we just did). We certainly have a lot of more important things to do than play with time-worn catchphrases. So let’s get down to business, shall we?

PS truck

As we’ve said, the PlayStation Patrol tour is on the move again and this time it is headed for Los Angeles, California. On November 16, you can actually catch the truck at 1015 N. La Brea Ave., West Hollywood. Then on launch day until November 19, the tour will be stopping at 13301 W. Pico Blvd. Los Angeles. In case you weren’t fast enough to guess, both addresses actually belong to retail store Best Buy. Residents of Phoenix, AZ were treated for the same when the truck visited them last November 10 and stayed there until the 12th.

The truck contains a total of 25 gaming stations and 12 of those are dedicated to the much awaited, much anticipated, God-we want-that-badly PlayStation 3. Pre-release demos and newly released titles are available for fans to exploit enjoy together with the SISAXIS and HD TVs. Furthermore, there are also PSP stations available that would be offering some PSP Spot for free downloads games, movies, music and more.

Hmm, we could start this off with “Look it’s a bird, it’s a plane…It’s the PlayStation Patrol Tour!” line. Yeah, we could do that but we won’t (although it seems that we just did). We certainly have a lot of more important things to do than play with time-worn catchphrases. So let’s get down to business, shall we?

PS truck

As we’ve said, the PlayStation Patrol tour is on the move again and this time it is headed for Los Angeles, California. On November 16, you can actually catch the truck at 1015 N. La Brea Ave., West Hollywood. Then on launch day until November 19, the tour will be stopping at 13301 W. Pico Blvd. Los Angeles. In case you weren’t fast enough to guess, both addresses actually belong to retail store Best Buy. Residents of Phoenix, AZ were treated for the same when the truck visited them last November 10 and stayed there until the 12th.

The truck contains a total of 25 gaming stations and 12 of those are dedicated to the much awaited, much anticipated, God-we want-that-badly PlayStation 3. Pre-release demos and newly released titles are available for fans to exploit enjoy together with the SISAXIS and HD TVs. Furthermore, there are also PSP stations available that would be offering some PSP Spot for free downloads games, movies, music and more.

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