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PS3 Gets Laugh Factory Comedy App

 |  |  |  |  July 19, 2012


PS3 owners have a new entertainment option available for download on their game console. The application should be good for some laughs because it is a streaming comedy application from Laugh Factory. If you’re not familiar with Laugh Factory, it has been a place where some the biggest comedians in the business have performed for three decades.

Laugh Factory will be offering historical performances from some the biggest comedians ever including Richard Pryor, Dave Chapelle, Jim Carrey, Robin Williams, Dane Cook, Rodney Dangerfield, and Jerry Seinfeld. The content will be streaming in the US via the PlayStation Network. The app is free to download and will continue to be free until December 1.

Once December 1 rolls around, the app will cost $.10 per day, roughly $3 monthly. “We are thrilled that PlayStation is providing its millions of PS3 gamers with the gift of laughter,” says Laugh Factory founder and owner Jamie Masada. “Not only are they going to access to some of the best comedy in the world on a nightly basis but, PS3 owners now will be able to improve their daily lives and health through laughter. After all, it’s accessible to everyone with a PS3, doesn’t care about pre-existing conditions and it’s a lot cheaper!”



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