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Kotaku: The PlayStation Network Returns; Normalcy Won’t

Across North America yesterday evening, PlayStation Network returned after a 23-day total blackout. In a process spanning about seven hours, the PlayStation 3's online capabilities gradually returned state-by-state, beginning in New York and ending in Texas. As gamers rushed to message boards to verify the good news in their precincts, the news had the feel of an election night, one whose results were cheered and celebrated by all.

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Infernostew1896d ago

wouldn't expect anything less from kotaku. such haters

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starcb261896d ago

You can't speak of the truth on this site.

back on topic: Kotaku needs to chill out with the bs.

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showtimefolks1896d ago

i think its a competition between ign and kotaku on who can write more hate articles about sony

i am guessing it wasn't eay to rebuild all the servers from ground zero and make huge changes

WHAT'S REALLY SAD INSTEAD OF GAMING COMMUNITY STANDING TOGETHER AGAINST HACKERS WE ALL WERE MAKING FUN OF EACH OTHER.

XBOX LIVE OWNERS WERE LIKE OUR SERVICE IS ON YOU GOT SCREWED

THERE IS A REASON MAIN MEDIA DOESN'T TAKE GAMING SERIOUS WE ACT LIKE CHILDREN

HOW ABOUT FOR ONCE WE JUST STAND TOGETHER AGAINST HACKERS WHETHER THEY ATTACK SONY OR MS

and if for any reason you can't seem to agree with that than you are a blind folded fanboy nothing less nothing more

peace out games for life against fanboys for life

PS:

ign and kotaku get a life

Sevir041896d ago

you guys didnt even read the article!

It was a very good read! here's a line from what was one of there best written non fanboy articles to date! 2 excepts

"Sony endured more than just the worst three weeks in PlayStation's history. It faced withering criticism from the press, government officials and, of course, its own customers as it labored to restore a global online service counting some 77 million users. Assuredly this will all become a case study in areas of corporate crisis management and network security. For now, Sony deserves our gratitude and a note of congratulations. It's Sunday; let the quarterbacking resume tomorrow."

"Yet let's hope the last major headline has not been written. That should concern the arrest of the criminals whose attack brought down PlayStation Network. May they face formidable and painful consequences."

these are the high points of a positive article!

FOXDIE1896d ago

agreed, those *** **** will never quite!

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thebudgetgamer1896d ago

i just hope sony uses this as a lesson learned, and act a bit more pro-actively in the future.

saoco1896d ago

they did. this isnt something that can be solved in 1 or 2 days. now i do agree that they should have better security. but the truth is that anyone can be hacked even the government.

thebudgetgamer1896d ago

i understand that and i am pleased they fixed it.

Istanbull1896d ago

You cannot blame Sony, they did everything they can to make the network running. Ignored for unjustified criticizing Sony.

dkgshiz1896d ago

Oh...its this shit site. I still remember that GT5 slow down video. So you can just shut your website down already.

ALFAxD_CENTAURO1896d ago

Lol, I remember that too. The journalism of these days are getting worse with crappy authors.

There are only few popular sites you can trust from the American journalism.

Troublesome6261896d ago

KOTAKU Writes Sony hate article, No i don't believe it.

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