The PlayStation Network will be down from Thursday, February 2nd until Friday, February 3rd, as Sony's online network has scheduled maintenance.
getting ready for ps vita western launch ?
Thats what you people said about the last down time
well maybe this time they'll be right. either way it won't concern you
i was asking not saying
What do you mean "you people", Bun(gie)? Some people guessed the last one was, and some will guess this one is. And you know what? Maybe they BOTH are part of preparation for the Vita. Ever consider that, smart guy?
Great, finally XGC! For those who are going to whine about it... and cry about how slow updates are...get a better connection and/or learn how to configure it.
^ The XGC bit was a joke btw.
I dont even know what XGC means lol
XGC= Cross game Chat. Fun Fact: The X on the PS family of controllers isnt pronouced "ecks" but "cross"
ohhhhh lol i've never seen it referenced as XGC
Wow another one? I thought we just had one a couple weeks ago that was like 14 hours.
Anyone know how often services like XBOX Live and Steam shut down for maintenance in comparison?
Not much i cant remember the last time live was down or steam for that matter.
Xbox live was down for 1-2 days about 4 weeks ago. But few ppl were still able to get on depending on the time frame and region. I couldnt log on for 2 days. And i live in california. *the few ppl i asked told me they didnt have any problems, but those were xbox fanboys giving me unverified answers EDIT: im not sure if it was maintenance or not
Damn. Didn't this already happen? At least tell us if we can expect anything for this. Better feature? Stability? Anything?
Network Stability Matinence for the influx on Vita log-ons. Also the last one was scheduled for 14 ours, but it didnt last that long. Whats the big deal anyway, Maybe they found some issues last time, and instead of prolonging on one day, they decided to resaerch a little and come back to fix it later.
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