MMGN writes: First and foremost, this is NOT a PSN hate article, nor is it an article aimed at solely highlighting what's wrong with the PlayStation Network.
The agenda here is to look at the network objectively and try to derive how the network can be improved to appeal to a broader gaming audience, and how it can evolve to keep hardcore Sony fans happy.
In terms of what's on offer with the PlayStation Network, it's a fantastic service with a seemingly endless library of games and movies.
However, it can definitely be improved, and its current design leaves a lot to be desired. It's cluttered, too text-driven and not at all reliant on images to encourage the purchase.
It's sometimes a frustration to navigate around, thanks to a slow loading process and a design that better suits an internet browser than a platform being accessed on a home television.