"B) It's highly unlikely someone that is suing Sony actually believes their information is still secure."
They may think it's secure NOW, but want damages for their mistake. It happens all. the. time.
Because you own a PS3 and want to play online, buy content, etc?
And if you believe Sony correctly fixed all of the security issues, why wouldn't you continue using PSN?
For all of Sony's claims to being apologetic and claiming they were truly remorseful over letting all of their users personal info and in many cases credit and debit card info get stolen over a security system that they were told was vulnerable, telling PSN users that they can't sue them or else they're booted from PSN is... not exactly showing remorse.
You'd be right, except you're wrong. This is not "old news from July". The press conference happened on September 3, 2011. Thanks for asking.
No. This is not the same as July.
The outrageous tariffs on videogames will be enough to complain about.
This is the stupidest statement ever. Yeah, and Nintendo will announce PSN firsts? Sony will announce XBLA? Microsoft WiiWare?
You can buy Battlefield 3 from any digital distributor except Steam. Direct2Drive is the least intrusive.
Or, you can buy a boxed copy from a retail store. :)
Worse, they'll give your info to spammers unless you tell them not to.
Please, this has been rumored for years now. Just DO it already
Just the fact that it started preorders. The preorder bonuses themselves are new news.
They're selling the soundtrack on the site. The music is done by the woman who did the Plants Vs. Zombies song and music.
I played this at E3. It was hella fun.
Looks like Port Royale is more like Pirates! now.
"Sort of new"?
Can you say.... THIEF 4?
I'm... not even going to bother with the flip flopping.
All reviews are biased. Check the dictionary.
The PS2 wasn't a "10 year console" in that the PS3 was released 6 years into its lifespan.
Er... the only reasons they give are personal "PLEASE DON'T DO IT!" B.S. reasons. None of those things are reason enough for Sony to do it. And incidentally, they're B.S. themselves:
1. 10 Year Plan: B.S. The PS2 was in its 6th year when the PS3 came out.
2. 51M strong? Welcome to third place.
3. The PS Move factor? It got trounced by Kinect and has been stillborn after it's release. No one bought PS3's for the Move,...
Yeah, and Nintendo had the Virtual Boy.
WHAT is your POINT?
Suddenly gesture control is great because Sony is going to try it now?
What happened to the Move?