Sony Playstation gamers may be really upset that the PSN network is down, but it looks like Sony has a tiny bit of good news to go with their bad news. Despite the re-launch suffering yet another delay, Sony has pledged to give subscribers two free games when PSN is up again.
PSN members can select between two from five free Playstation games. PSP users will be offered a choice for two games out of four. You have to be registered with Sony for you to be able to get these games.
Sony has reiterated that they were working around the clock and are still performing security checks to make sure this never happens again.
The PSN network has been down for two weeks. SOE accounts were hacked and private information, including credit card numbers, have allegedly been stolen. A total of 24.6 million SOE accounts were hacked by a group called ‘Anonymous’ allegedly. Sony has yet to identify exactly who has done it but the on-line activist group is supposedly the ones who have explored a flaw in Sony’s system. (c) tPC
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Submited at Monday, May 9th, 2011 at 2:01 am on Playstation by samantha
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