In yet another setback to SONY the PlayStation Network (PSN) has suffered an “illegal intrusion” resulting in a compromise of personal information.
This wouldn’t be as funny as it is to me if it wasn’t the SONY loyalists that had annoyed me over the past 3 years or so going on about how competing devices are no good because you have to pay for the online service and that the system is (was) prone to crashing.
Well SONY fans, as much as it pains me to know that I’m stooping to your level…you have gotten what you paid for with the so-called “free online” and the failure rate of your systems skyrocketed once your machine had been out for say 2 years and the screws started to fall out.
To SONY executives – Your security sucks, first you upset Linux users by denying them privileges that they paid for so they tore a massive, irreversible hole in your copy protection…and now your saying your network has been hacked *clap clap*
I’m not petty, I’m just grateful I chose not to listen to people trying to convince me to buy something I didn’t want because it has blu-ray media reading capabilities and, um, a cheap and nasty “free” online network to play games on.
In other news Nintendo has officially announced a successor to the Wii console AKA a new benchmark for SONY to steal ideas from :@