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Will I be able to access games purchased on ps store from other countries.(see details pls)?

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I bought my ps3 while studying in the UK. I’m originally from Asia and will be going back to my country after I finish my studies.

I’ve got a few games that I bought on ps store currently. I can only have a few games on the HDD at the same time, obviously, because it doesn’t have space for all of them. So I have to delete one or two games and download another, if I feel like playing the other game. Depending on the size I might have to delete more or less, like mass effect 2 is huge but psone final fantasy games aren’t.

Anyway I was wondering whether when I go back home, I’d be able to download my purchased games through the store when I want to play them, or will I not be able to access the store from Asia?

If not, is there a way I can save them on an external drive or cd or something?

Any helpful/informative answer would be appreciated.

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  1. As long as you sign into the same psn account you can download the games from anywhere m but why don’t you install a 500 gig hdd into yo0ur ps3 and just keep all of your games on it at the same time?

    It’s not hard to upgrade to a larger hdd and its cheap , just buy a 2.5 inch sata 5400 rpm laptop hard drive , optionally backup your ps3 onto an external hdd , unplug the ps3 , pop off the cover and remove one screw to slide the hard drive case out

    remove 4 screws , put in the bigger hard drive and put it back together , it takes 3 minutes and one screwdriver , plug the ps3 in , update if required restore any backup you made , sign into your psn account to download your games and you’ll have more space than you need.
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    The only way you’d not be able to download your games from Asia is if you’re in a country like north korea with no or restricted internet access that blocks your from getting onto psn at all , but that’s probably nothing you are worried about.

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