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Playstation Network news
#16
Games that kill the console? Sweet... Sony is working hard to catch up with the Microsoft's RRoD screw up lol!
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#17
If LA Noire were going to kill a console, my PS3 would be dead. I've been playing the crap out of that game since last week. No issues for me.
"Lets just all hug and shoot something!"
-WiskieTango
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#18
(28-05-2011, 11:47 PM)ThunderMidget Wrote: If LA Noire were going to kill a console, my PS3 would be dead. I've been playing the crap out of that game since last week. No issues for me.

Just got through about 3 hours of it, no problems. Again, the reports seem to be trouble with the really old models, and even then it's not killing them so much as making them overheat and shut down for a bit. When I started playing a small patch also DL'd, but I'm not sure if that is the fix. If you bought your PS3 in the last few years you're probably fine.
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#19
Well I got mine in February, and I finally beat Red Dead Redemption, so I guess I'm buying it ASAP!
King of Questions
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#20
http://www.andriasang.com/e/blog/2011/05...re_report/

Sad
Damned gubbamint!
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#21
EDIT: Just checked again, US store seems to be running smoother now, and my DLC code worked for LA Noire. Those of you with US or EURO PSN accounts can go ahead and give your money to Sony again if you want Tongue Free stuff from the "Welcome Back" program is still not available yet though.
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#22
Uh oh, guess who got hacked again, by the same group, and on another of their platform, through a plain SQL injection on one of their pages: http://twitter.com/#!/lulzsec

I downloaded the torrent file out of curiosity which claims to contain some of the unencrypted DB, and it seems legit... passwords and user data kept in plain text... WTG Sony! Undecided
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#23
(03-06-2011, 11:17 AM)Ycare Wrote: Uh oh, guess who got hacked again, by the same group, and on another of their platform, through a plain SQL injection on one of their pages: http://twitter.com/#!/lulzsec

I downloaded the torrent file out of curiosity which claims to contain some of the unencrypted DB, and it seems legit... passwords and user data kept in plain text... WTG Sony! Undecided

I really hope this is a wake up call for Sony to get their systems secure, not just on their game side, but across the board. They are one of the worlds biggest tech companies, yet I've always felt their approach to the internet and network related products to be pretty poor.
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