GamingUnion.net: "It's hard to cope when an electronic of any sort breaks, be it your computer or your microwave, but when it functions only part of the way it was meant to, people tend to get genuinely frustrated. Couple that with security leaks, and potential identity theft on a mass scale and it's understandable why so many people have been up in arms over Sony's security fiasco. Fanboys from both sides have been slinging mud at one another while Sony has valiantly attempted to settle some of the dust revolving around their unfortunate security leaks. As things start to clear a bit - or at least become less dramatic than they initially began, Sony has taken the time to respectfully apologize in a variety of ways. Free Playstation Plus for a month, bonus time to existing premium subscribers, and press conferences featuring lots of Japanese businessmen bowing has all been on the menu, but it makes one wonder if it's all really enough. Or better yet, does Sony even owe us anything at all?"