Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) wants to make all of this downtime up to their valued customers.
lol people still play Everquest.
SOE seems to think so. LOL They have I, II, and III covered.
Wow, talk about ignorant. A ton of people play EverQuest.
it's leagues better than any console mmo, lol. just like most pc games!!
That's fine. Doesn't stop me from enjoying DC Universe Online on my PS3.
The patience of gamers seems to be paying off. Not only should we all hjave a safer environment for our personal data, but we'll also get free stuff.
Hopefully they'll make the system much harder to hack, but there's no such thing as hack free. Too many hackers out there with too much time on their hands.
Everyone loves free stuff, def a "make good" plan here. Seems like their going all out.
They need to do something to make their customers feel better. This program should go a long ways towards that end.
What about the people who credit cards they still charged for mmos when it was down. Shouldnt they get two months of game time since sony already charged them for one.
Sony already said you will get all time lost added onto your subscription. This is ontop of the "free" month. If they had stopped billing then everyone would have to sign up again and it would just cause too many problems. The smartest thing to do was keep billing and tack that time on to the end of the subscription.
Wonder about us with extra MAG player's, lol. :/ Just saying...
MAG isn't a part of SOE, but it's likely you'll get the same 30 days free plus extension for each day down as well.
Sony should consider adding PayPal to their services for assurance. I know MS is considering this, i don't see why cant Sony do so as well.
That would open up payment possibilities immensely. PayPal can be linked to your bank account directly.
Just bring me Counterstrike Source to PS3 Steam. That would be super awesome, thanks Sony.
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