Apr 24, 2011

Blame Anonymous

Let me get this straight. The weekend where Xbox attempts to break a World Record with Xbox Live is the same weekend the Playstation Network is down. Conspiracy? Just blame anonymous.

I know how much it sucks when the PlayStation Network is down. I couldn't play Heavy Rain because the game needs to connect to the PSN for trophies (lame.) I can only imagine what it's like for the COD heads out there that have been dieing to whoop some ass. It must really suck for the people that rented Socom 4 on Tuesday only to have one day to enjoy the game online. It probably sucks the most for the people that are trying to get the PlayStation Network on it's feet. The long nights, and stressful phone calls. Damn you anonymous.

The Network is still down. Sony said it'd be back in 48 hours. That was four days ago. To the people behind the scenes this blog post is for you. It's not fair that a bunch of people who want free stuff can do so much damage to the PlayStation Network. Hackers want to attack a the big wigs at Sony, but it's the workers who take all the damage. Then again if the security was tighter...

2 comments:

  1. You do know this isn't to do with Anon, blame the custom firmware makers for this, it is due to the rebug firmware that allowed people to exploit the PSN servers

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