Posts Tagged ‘Playstation Network’

Buy $20 Mercenary Pack, Get DUST 514 Beta Access

Earlier this year, CCP announced that the initial cover charge for DUST 514 would be removed in favor of simply making the game free with a cash shop. Now, if you are like me and bought a $20 Playstation Network card in advance, you are not entirely out of luck. In a CCP press release […]

PSN and SOE: They’re Coming Back Today!

By the time you view this video, PSN may be activated in your area. Today begins phase 1 of Sony’s restoration services for the Playstation Network, rolling out in various countries and states one by one. Players will be able to sign into the Playstation Network and download a patch and reset their passwords (this […]

PSN Service Aiming For May 31st.

At this juncture, I’m just waiting for Sony to pull a card from Duke Nukem Forever and just label the PSN service as being restored “when it’s done.” To those of us who do a lot of gaming on our Playstation 3, or to PC users who subscribed to one or more game on Sony’s […]

PS3: Compensation. No PSN This Week.

Those of you who play DC Universe on the PS3, of whom are planning on coming back to the game once it comes online, may be interested to hear the details of Sony’s “Welcome back” package. Announced on Sony’s Facebook page, the plan includes: 30 days free game time. Plus one free day for every […]

PS3 Services Returning This Week

Finally some good news for our PS3 players of DC Universe, Massive Action Game, and Free Realms (the latter of which I for some reason ignored on the past articles relating to the PS3 outage). According to the Playstation Blog today, services will be returning to the Playstation Network this week and, as expected, compensation […]

Playstation Network User Data Compromised [UPDATE]

But you already knew this. In the ongoing Playstation Network saga, Sony has announced in today’s blog post that whoever breached the Playstation Network may have gained access to everything from names, addresses, emails, passwords, purchase history and more. Sony has since confirmed (since the publishing of this article) that credit card data was indeed […]