PSN Update 5/13/2011: Playstation Updates

Sony has begun a downward spiral as now Video Game manufacturers are walking away from Sony. Some reported to say that “Sony has lost our trust and now loosing our money.”Capcom” expects to loose over 1 Million dollars this month, due to the outage.

So 7 days until it is official, Sony Playstation Network will be down for 1 month now. The only time-frame Sony has ever released was, They “Should have full services on at the end of May.” Although, they did also mention that some services (Online Mulitplayer) may be available sooner. “Within a few days.” as Patrick Seybold (Sr. Director of Social Media and Corporate Communications) had stated on the PSN blog on May 6th.


This is the last post by Patrick Seybold was on May 10th 2011: Seriously?????? Why even bother?????

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PSN Restoration Timeline Update

+ Posted by Patrick Seybold // Sr. Director, Corporate Communications & Social Media
I know you all want to know exactly when the services will be restored. At this time, I can’t give you an exact date, as it will likely be at least a few more days. We’re terribly sorry for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we work through this process.

2 Comments

  1. I have to admit im sick of sony and there poor excuses, There lack of common sense and there lack of updates, I dont blame any company walking away from them. They have abandonded the customers and neglected there partners and try to keep everything on the hush, So they were hacked , real bad, obviously right? So 1 month later still no network, People dont even bother trying to voice themselves anymore its just become pathetic, there a sorry lame excuse for a company, I wont be buying anything sony ever again, dumb bastards

    • Hey Victor,

      Thanks for commenting. I believe that the TRUE Sony fans are the hardest hit. When you tally up all the money we have spent supporting them, It is unbelievable how we get treated. I don’t blame anyone who wants to or has already “jumped ship.” The trust is broken and it is going to be a difficult task for Sony to gain it back.

      The most ridiculous part is that “Welcome Back” package. It feels like a slap in the face. So, through all the troubles:

      – Stolen Consumer Data
      – Lying to Consumers
      – Possibly Stolen CC info

      They want to try to pass off a “Free-Trial” of the services that got them into this mess. What’s that all about?

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