Pre-PSN Back Up, Truths Posted Online

The PlayStation Network has been down for almost a month now and as we mentioned in an article this morning, we are still none the wiser as to when it will be back up online. While there are still some Sony customers who are standing by the company, there are others who have had enough.

Al McCarthy over on the website has published a rather interesting article today, regarding the feedback they’ve received following a question they asked their readers the day beforehand on whether or not they were getting frustrated with the whole PSN fiasco.

After studying all of the complaints that have surfaced online and reading up on the subject, one PlayStation Network fan decided to post what they believe are undeniable truths on the matter. The fan claims that Sony became the victim of a malicious attack because they decided to sue a hacker.

They also go on to state that hackers are some of the most brilliant minds in the cyber world, and there is virtually no limit to what they can do. As the fan notes, many companies get attacked, but they don’t tell their customers so other fans should relish in the fact that Sony is providing them with a play-by-play.

Another interesting point that the fan hits on is the fact that although online gaming is good, there are plenty of good games that can be played offline such as Dead Space 2, LittleBigPlanet, Uncharted 2 and Heavy Rain. You can read more of this fans truths posted online via

Do you agree with what this fan has to say?

*Identifying Monetised Links - outgoing links that we monetise are marked with an '*' symbol.

Written by Tina Chubb

Tina’s passion is gaming news, but you will find her exploring other tech stories. Follow Tina for the latest happenings in the gaming world with popular gaming devices, including PS3, Xbox 360, Wii and portable gaming on iOS, PSP, DS and more.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Scarpar off-road powerboard: Made for all terrains

Exposure Studied: Google Chrome OS and Chromebook