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PSN Down For Maintenance Tomorrow For 5hrs, Only PS3 Exclusives Affected

by Ernice Gilbert on August 5th, 2011, under News, Sony

Sony’s sent word that come tomorrow morning from about 5:30am until 10:30am, all PS3 exclusive games will be unplayable on the Network, as the firm maintains the service.

PSN Goes Down For Maintenance

by Ernice Gilbert on June 2nd, 2011, under Hot, News, PS3, PSN, Sony

It seems as if the overload of gamers that are trying all at once to connect to, and download content on the PlayStation Store has been too much for PSN.

Remain Signed In, PSN Goes Down For Maintenance Today

by Ernice Gilbert on June 1st, 2011, under Hot, News, PS3, PSN, Sony

The headline’s true. Although Sony will once more take PSN offline so it could ready the service for the return of the PS Store, you could still play games online if you remain signed in.

Alert – PSN Goes Down Again…. And Up Again

by Ernice Gilbert on May 29th, 2011, under Hot, News, Sony

Was about to get in some Killzone 3 action about two hours ago and to my surprise, I received an error: “you’ve been signed out of the PlayStation Network”. I then proceeded to check the internet for some information, and my worst fears became real, the network was down again. The downtime, however, didn’t last too long, as I’m once more signing into the service. Sort this, Sony.

PSN Outage: It’s Worst Than Sony Would Have Us Believe

by Ernice Gilbert on April 26th, 2011, under Hot, News, PS3, Sony

PSN went out last Wednesday, and to make a long story short, today’s the following Tuesday, and the firm’s yet to put the service back online, or give any substantial update as to what’s really going on. Sony told us an “external intrusion” forced them to take down the service, and that they’re rebuilding the system for better security. Yet there are all sorts of rumors flying around the web and most of them are damaging to the firm.

Rumors which claim ours credit card information might be at risk, talk of hackers being able to download all sorts of content for free, all while Sony stock takes a dip on the US Stock Exchange. So are Sony really coming clean? I’m sure they’re not, in fact, up to this day, I still can’t visit the US PS Blog, and someone who claims to be part of Anonymous has stopped in the comments section of a particular thread here, claiming they’re still bombarding PSN with unwanted traffic.