Posts tagged Playstation Network
2012 is coming to an end. Some big things happened in the world of gaming with Nintendo releasing the Nintendo Wii U, Sony releasing the PS Vita, Halo 4, Assassin’s Creed III, Resident Evil 6, Hitman Absolution, Borderlands 2, Far Cry 3, and iOS and Android games growing and growing.
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Enemy Front is an FPS that takes you back to World War II. When I saw this game I first thought this was Medal of Honor from back in the day, only with better graphics. But I was mistaken. This was totally different. Not only were the graphics better, but the gameplay looked very fluid. And from More >
In DogFight 1942 you will be taking on missions in the game. During those missions a dogfight can break out, and you will need to be on the lookout or else you will be shot down. During the hands-on test, the mission took place in what looks to be Hawaii. You had to shoot down enemy planes that More >
I never played the first game on this series, but after playing the demo on this one, I may have to. In this game, you are a sniper being lead around by an A.I. partner. It’s fairly simple just walking around at first, but when the game got down to business, it got really fun. The controls are More >
Now this is just getting ridiculous…really Sony, again? Well, technically Sony isn’t fully to blame on this one. The data breach was discovered when there was “large amounts” of unauthorized sign-in attempts on its PSN, Sony Entertainment Networks (SEN) and Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) More >
You like Fallout? You like New Vegas? You like guns and explosives that will pop a mutant’s head off? Well then you my friend have just hit the jackpot! The Bethesda Blog shows off a number of awesome new weapons, mods, and perks for Gun Runners’ Arsenal pack being released TODAY (9/27/11).
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Back at E3 2011, Ready at Dawn and Santa Monica studios were eager to coincide with SONY and announce a remastered rework of both God of War PSP games: Chains of Olympus and Ghost of Sparta. God of War: Origins Collection will feature cut scenes in HD, PSP titles on your PS3, and full 1080P at More >
Ok, Sony is trying their best to please the existing PSN users that have been waiting for the PSN network to be fully back online. What better way than to give out free PlayStation 3 game downloads? Thanks to its “Welcome Back” appreciation program, we can get 2 free PS3 games from the following More >
According to the Financial Times, two old-school members of Anonymous say that members from the hacker group are likely behind the Sony attack, even though the group has denied involvement in hacking the PlayStation Network. Sony has mentioned that files inside their system had Anonymous filenames More >
Sony has updated that it is in its final stage of internal testing of the new system for PlayStation Network. The global network and security team are working around the clock to enhance security and restore the service. The company originally announced that the service was going to be up within a More >
The ongoing PSN debacle continues. Just recently reported, Sony has declined to appear before the United States Congress. The House of Representatives sent a letter to Sony Chairman Kazuo Hirai last Friday, demanding Sony answer 13 very specific question about he breach in security on the More >
You can’t go anywhere without hearing about the ongoing controversy over the hacking of the Playstation Network. Nerd Reactor’s finest take a look at how it all started and the news that has surfaced in the recent weeks. Warning: May Contain Stronge Language Open in new window | Download | Itunes More >
There have been reports roaming around the internet saying that the credit card information collected from the PlayStation Network was being used to to sell back to Sony. The company has said that there are no truth to this.
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Sony has recently announced that it’ll partially restore most PlayStation Network services at some point this week. Users will be required to download new firmware for their PS3 and reset their account password. While services will return sometime this week the Playstation Store will not More >
Yeah, lots of news coming out for the PlayStation Network, and here’s one about whether or not a developer will cancel a game based on lost confidence for the service. redspotgames is having a vote to see if PSN users still have faith in PlayStation 3 and PSN. If the answer is no, then the More >
Ok, so here’s the big update on what has happened during the PlayStation Network outage. Sony has said that PSN user accounts have been compromised, including name, address, country, email address, birthdate, PlayStation Network/Qriocity password and login, and handle/PSN online ID. Sony has also More >
Well, this might be bad news for me since my credit card information is automatically stored in the PSN service. And the thing is, it’s also stored on two different PlayStation 3 machines. I guess it’s my fault for not manually going into the account management section and removing the More >
So last night Patrick Seybold, Sony’s Sr. Director, Corporate Communications & Social Media, said that the PlayStation Network & Qriocity service were taken down on Wednesday, April 20, 2011 for investigation and to have a smooth and secure operation in order for Sony to move forward. He says it’s More >
If you’ve been trying to sign on the PlayStation Network recently, you’ll notice that, well, you CAN’T. So the server is down. Could it be the online group Anonymous attacking PSN? The group mentioned before that it’s not their intent to make gamers mad, so they opted out of attacking the PSN and More >
Developer: Zoë Mode Publisher: OneBigGame Genre: Puzzle Players: 1-4 (offline) Platform: PlayStation 3 Release: March 29, 2011 Price: $9.99
I was sold on the Chime Super Deluxe demo right before I got the full game. Now here’s a cool music puzzle game that kicks the crap out of other music puzzle More >
Anonymous’ subgroup, SonyRecon, had a representative, Takai, talk to Sebastian Moss, writer for PlayStation Lifestyle, to let the world know of their plans for Sony. They say that what happened with the server outage and looking up employee information is only the beginning.
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The PlayStation Network started a fundraiser for saving Japan, where you donate money, and get a special Japan-themed XMB theme. The effort started on March 11, and since then, they have collected $1.3 million in donations from PS3 users. As a PSN member, I donated for the cause, and I think it’s More >
Here’s a new game called Red Johnson’s Chronicles from Lexis Numérique, a big European independent studio. It has released some new screenshots for the detective game that is like Professor Layton meets CSI. Crime has skyrocketed in it’s up to you, Red Johnson the private investigator, to find More >
The PlayStation Network was offline yesterday in order for Sony to prepare the new firmware 3.60 update for the PlayStation 3. Now the new update is available and with it the DRM technology has been fixed to prevent hacking, but for how long?
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Well, here’s another incentive to become a PlayStation Plus member. Sony has announced that PlayStation Plus members will be able to save their games online. For $50 a year, you’ll be able to upload your saved games to a 150MB storage space in cloud for up to 1,000 save files. Even copy-prohibited More >