I like the new layout, but the Europe one is better. There aren't as mais redundant categorIes. Isn't what's hot on ps3 the same as most popular? Why is day 1digital in every freaking menu it seems in the game category. Get rid of the shopping cart already and go to a simple download button. Get rid of the generic backgrounds on so e of the menus. If you're going to have a background image make it the whole screen instead of an image on an uglymaroon and teal background. It's stslow too slow and leggy at times. There are still some personal kinks I'd iron out, but I dig it.
I don't often message on these forums, but the absolutely terrible new PS Store interface compelled me. All I want are some subcategories. If I want to look through new DLC, I want it sorted by game, not alphabetically. I hate having to slog through reams of material for things I don't want, just because some designer, that obviously isn't in touch, thought it would be more elegant. Well, it's not elegant, it's a mess.
If I wanted a mess regurgitated on my screen, I'd pay a homeless man to vomit on my television. I will buy nothing from the PS Store until there is some measure of ease restored to simple searches. Categories good. Filters bad.
**bleep** YOUR PS STORE, AND YOUR **bleep** YOUTUBE!!! STUPID IDIOTS!!!
and.. does this have to do with PlayStation Store. *sigh* here comes major cleanining
witch is NOT allow to offen: http://community.us.playstation.com/t5/Forum-Infor
My thoughts exactly. I went to check on something, and the new interface is clunky and horrible. If I want to filter, it only does one, and I have to sort through a ton of garbage I have no interest in to try and find the new material I am looking for. Add my voice to changing it back - the new format makes me not want to buy anything else.
So if I want to browse through the add ons for games, I have to manually search for every fricken game I have? Instead of just looking to see what was added recently, I have to multiply my effort by a lot. Plus, I have bought games based on add-ons or demos, and if I have no idea what I may be interested in, the search is useless, and browsing through three hundred add ons to see if I am interested in one is way more time than my money is worth to me, and to Sony, apparently.