Just in time for the launch of the PlayStation 4, Amazon has launched a new section of its virtual store dedicated to PlayStation Network content. Currently the store features more than 60 digital games and 50 pieces of downloadable content for the PS3 and Vita, and it will support PS4 titles as well when the console launches later this week. That includes everything from big games like Battlefield 4 to indie titles like Hotline Miami, as well as other content like DLC and PS+ subscriptions. This isn't the first time Amazon has offered digital PlayStation titles, having previously sold select PSN games back in 2009 — but that experiment was limited to a small number of first-party games and never really gained much traction. The new storefront, meanwhile, features a lot more content, and should be a good way to spend those Amazon gift cards you get this holiday season.