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Green Man Gaming sells digital copies of PlayStation 4 games

Digital retailer Green Man Gaming issued a press release earlier today announcing a partnership with Sony to sell digital PS4 games through its online store. A caveat, though: only players with US PSN accounts can partake. "The Sony US partnership brings us a step closer to achieving our vision of becoming the number one digital games retailer in the world," said Green Man Gaming CEO Paul Sulyok.
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