Jordan Lund examines the free games he is offered for Sony's PSN outage, and tries to figure out what games he, a veteran PlayStation user, would both with from the list Sony gave him.
I am loyal to Sony 4 life. Sony had restored ALL my PS3's and PSP's account activations. I lost some of my activations because my inlaws threw away a broke PS3 before they deactivated my account. I bought every PSP then sold it before I knew you had to deactivate the system of your account. I found out about the activations and deactivations of accounts when the PSPgo came out. So with the release of NGP I can now have my account on that system. I have over 50 psp games and over 250 PS3 games.
Spoon picture of said PS3 games, lol. I know I have over 100 games in a case. Nothing downloaded off the PSN.
Most of us don't even care to get anything at all. The service is free everyday. Had a Playstation now since 1994. Why on earth would 3 weeks of no free service have me wanting to making big deal over things? You look at the exclusive the console has and continues to have coming. Only a fool would leave this platform. I own all the consoles. Yet, none of them match the PlayStation in my opinion. Wait until after E3, people will be all over Sony on how they rule, etc, etc....
Because personal information was stolen? (rolling eyes)
And they set up free identity protection programs for users... that's your compensation for the information theft. The free games are for the downtime. If you take the free games and indentity protection, it's a pretty good offering in spite of the problems.
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