Splash Damage has spoken about the current PSN outage.
The PlayStation Network has been down for several weeks now, and users are itching to get back online, but will it even be able to cope when it returns?
After Sony stating several theories as to if PlayStation Network user’s CC details had been compromised, a few PSN users are still experiencing money being stolen from their accounts.
Despite the hacker group saying otherwise, Sony has confirmed that Anonymous were involved in the SOE hack.
Sony’s PlayStation phone, the Xperia Play, has already been hacked and rooted.
Sony has confirmed that you will not need to log into your PSN account on the PS3 that you created that account on only.
Sony’s community team has confirmed that there is unlikely to be any new features when the PSN returns.
Sony has released more information suggesting that credit card details may be safer than we thought.
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George Hotz has denied any involvement on the hacking of the PlayStation Network.
Dark Energy Digital has announced Hydrophobia Prophecy for Steam and the PlayStation Network.
Sony’s released the latest Q&A regarding the current PSN outage.
Sony has stated they will release a software update once the PlayStation Network is back online that requires every single PSN user to change their passwords.
Sony has said off the record that credit card details are probably safe.
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THQ’s announced a demo for Red Faction: Armageddon will be released on the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live.
The Entertainment Software Rating Board has begun rating PlayStation Suite games now.
Microsoft has given their response regarding the PlayStation Network outage.
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