Kotaku writes: Sony has come out and publicly apologised for the PSN debacle, but is this enough? And what will be the long reaching impact of this PR disaster? We hash out the details with Nick Broughall from Gizmodo.
Kotaku vs. Gizmodo ... mmm not sure wich of the two is the worst :p
All I wanted was an apology and I got it, now I'm just patiently waiting for psn to return :)
What more can they really do for that many customers? I am an admitted MS fanboy, but fair is fair, stop with these redundant articles.
Is this a versus post or two websites bashing SONY? I'm a little confused by the title. Jocosta: well said. Bubble and +1 for you. Back too the Japanese. They have more important things to worry about. Like, the survival of there people of Japan with the recent quake/tsunami. The majority of us don't care about these flambait/troll articles who smear Sony's image and want to destroy there hard work. Us legit, honest and non-fanboy gamers just want to play and enjoy online and single player. For those who've been playing games for more then 20 years will agree with me, although it's a good option to have, PSN isn't necessary to have. I personally don't care for PSN. I have a life. I work and make money to support myself and for a future family. There are more important things in life then just games. Even though it is a hobby of mine, it isn't the center of my world. Every company at some point faces some sort of crisis. They learn from there mistakes and move on. Maybe what SONY Corp. needs is for Howard Stringer to step down, so someone more qualified can take his place and SONY can move on to a brighter future.
Wow.. All vs Sony.. But the Server of PSN is Located on San Diego.. (AT&T??) is Sony the very Responsable of Security Data??
I'm sorry, but I can see Kaz walking out under the pressure in a few months, which could arguably be the worst to happen. This may actually be a good thing since Kaz seems to be cursed with constant embarrassment of the PS brand since the announcement of the PS3, but for christ's sake, get Phil Harrison back on the phone.
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