The 30 Funniest Internet Responses to the Playstation Hack

Ranker - The Playstation Network, the network that allows all PS3 owners to access the internet on their consoles, has been down for over a week. On top of that, it turns out the reason for the outage is that their system was hacked, and not only can people not play online when two of the most anticipated games of the year have just come out (Portal 2, Mortal Kombat), but everyone's personal information has been compromised to the hackers, causing a huge outcry for accountability. Identity theft will most likely happen, and people's lives has been made harder. Luckily, the internet is here to bring light to the whole situation.

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Oldman1002759d ago (Edited 2759d ago )

Lol I found it funny. But I have a feeling certain black plastic fanatics willn't.

hay2759d ago

Most of them are fanboy crap, but those which aren't are pure gold, I love the one with dinner, ingenious.

arjman2759d ago

it's "won't" not "willn't"

NiKK_4192759d ago

Meh, they weren't really funny, oh well


Agreed. Now I'm a fan of the ps3 but for the record I wouldn't mind jamming a fork into kaz haris eye for forcing me to rape mks single player So quicky. With that said though...not a single one of these even made me smile. Stupid article. Who approves these.

gamingdroid2759d ago

Some of them were lame, but many were funny. My personal favorite funny one though:

Lighten up!

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Ruggadagod2759d ago

look what we have here another fucking psn article.

the_kutaragi_baka2759d ago

looking for you history of comments.

hey dude,you NOT get tired of trolling here in N4G?

Tired2759d ago (Edited 2759d ago )

Old hat....I'm still waiting to be amused.

All jokes I've seen before, some made me titter the first time.

Perhaps the poorly written article that accompanied the plagiarism soured the experience.

Perhaps work on your facts or at the very least.. your delivery before using the work of others.

*disagree? But this article had outright lies....and the features in the piece were not the authors original work.

dead_eye2759d ago

Don't bother clicking. Title Should be "Add one more mis-informed article to the list."

Only read the first 2 points but already have 2 questions.

1)When did Sony blame Anonymous?

2)When did Sony admit to details been stolen.

And if your gonna answer the questions I want links to the articles used.

claney2759d ago

1) i dont think they did

2) "Q: What personally identifying information do you suspect has been compromised?
A: Although we are still investigating the details of this incident, we believe that an unauthorized person has obtained the following information provided by PlayStation Network/Qriocity account holders: name, address (city, state, zip), country, email address, birth date, PlayStation Network/Qriocity password, login, and handle/PSN online ID. Other profile data may also have been obtained, including purchase history and billing address (city, state, zip)."

claney2759d ago

We believe is a pretty strong word to use

claney2759d ago (Edited 2759d ago )

wrong reply :(

dead_eye2759d ago

Yeah it is a strong words to use. But none of the articles use it. They use WAS. Which is a lot Stronger.

I'd just like to read an article that has facts in it. Or is well written.

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