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?
Despite the hacker group saying otherwise, Sony has confirmed that Anonymous were involved in the SOE hack.
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 said off the record that credit card details are probably safe.
Sony just updated people with new information about the problems that have the PlayStation Network offline since wednesday evening.
Apparently Square Enix is looking to release more PSOne classics on the PlayStation Store.
The classic RPG from Square Enix, Chrono Trigger, is coming out for both the PlayStation 3 and PSP in the coming months.
The PSPgo has been discontinued in most of the world because it was a digital-only handheld. Thus proving that a digital distribution future is far off.
Sony just posted the latest information about the PlayStation Network’s outage.
The PSP Go, released on late 2009 is being phased out from the market by Sony but according to their latest statement this won’t happen in North America where production of the handheld will continue as normal.