I've been saying they wouldn't know if they did it. That's what happens when a group isn't organized, no one in the group can really know if they actually are guilty or not.
That's pretty creative of them....I want that beta bad!
Infamous 2 FTW!
It's a pretty fun/challenging small game. PS+ gave it away as a mini. I play it while on the can.
Nah, he might not get paid as much once his contracts up though....The saints backs are always hurt, they'll need him too.
That would be silly.
Truly an assclown
They should just level cap it really low like they did in the beta. Would be equivilent to a demo
It better be. It's been years since the last console was released, so there is no reason for it not to succeed them.
150gb is quite a bit, but that still sucks. Article says only about 2% of users will be affected.
Here is how - get a sense of humor and jump off that high horse. It's called creative expression, which can't/shouldn't be solved. Don't like it, don't buy it. Capitalism will fix it if it is such a prob.
Well that stinks.
I want them both already
This seems very possible, but I don't like the idea of internet traffic being sent to this hacking site. Here is the article:Just days before PSN was "hacked," Sony fired over 200 employees in their online division.
In Sony massive corporation style thinking, once March 31th, 2011 rolls around they decide to get rid of any "dead-weight", in this case, employees they think are "useless" or no longer needed so they can close off the "yea...
update from kotaku
Update: Sony Online Entertainment has issued a notification assuring customers that current credit card information has not been compromised. "There is no evidence that our main credit card database was compromised. It is in a completely separate and secured environment."
So they are calling BS on themselves. Tisk, tisk
I don't think so, didn't come up as traslated to me. English to english translation?
idk about this idea. Competition is always good, but apple I just don't know if it is.
In Communist China u don't play games. Government plays u!
It's sad they keep having to respond to baseless rumors.
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