Gamers were seriously frustrated by the PSN downtime over the holidays. One teenager went so far as to call 911 over the outage.
Following the Christmas attacks against Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network, it appears as if the FBI is getting involved with the hackers responsible for the attacks. This could spell bad news for the kids who ruined Christmas for Xbox and PlayStation owners.
For those of you who happened to get a shiny new PlayStation console for Christmas but feared that, thanks to network outages, you would be unable to take advantage of holiday sales, you can rest a little bit easier now. Sony has announced that it will be extending its recent seasonal and Flash Sale, giving everybody a chance to pick up some games, movies and television shows on the cheap.
PlayStation Network still isn't back to normal. Four days after the network was hit by a DDoS attack, many PlayStation gamers are still having trouble connecting to the online service.
The hacker group Lizard Squad brought down Xbox Live and PSN with a DDoS attack over Christmas. In a new interview, one of the members explained why they decided to take the networks offline.
The hack attack that happened around Christmas to both the Xbox Live and PlayStation Network have supposedly subsided. However, Sony is still having trouble getting PSN back up and running in working order.
PlayStation Network and Xbox Live were both offline on Christmas Day following DDoS attacks by hackers known as Lizard Squad. Many gamers will be able to use their consoles normally today, though, thanks to a surprise intervention.
PlayStation and Xbox gamers alike are having a rough Christmas. Both Xbox Live and PSN have been disrupted by DDoS attacks.
Sony has been hosting weekly sales on PSN throughout the holiday season. Today the last of these sales goes live with the PlayStation Store update.
With Christmas only a few days away, the folks over at PlayStation have a few more digital stocking stuffers to dish out with one last weekly update of new games for 2014. The PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 are all getting a little something under the tree this week, with the highlight being the launch of Switch Galaxy Ultra on the PS4 and Sony’s portable device.
Following a big weekend at The PlayStation Experience full of big game announcements for 2015, it's important to remember that there are still plenty of games left to come out between now and the end of the year. Like Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, for instance, launching this week for the PlayStation 4 alongside nearly a dozen other titles for Sony platforms.
PlayStation is doing the holidays right, gifting gamers with four weeks’ worth of discounts in a special “Holiday Sale,” which is currently underway. If you’re looking to buy some new games, movies or TV shows on the cheap, you’ll want to give this one a gander.
It looks like even virtual markets aren’t safe from the ridiculous Black Friday deals, with the PlayStation Network playing host to one of its famous flash sales between now and Dec. 1. Look for discounts of up to 65 percent off on games for the PlayStation 3 and PS4, as well as a random assortment of movies and television shows.
Sony is celebrating Thanksgiving and Black Friday with a special Co-Op Sale. During the weekend-long event, they're slashing prices on numerous multiplayer games for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita.
It feels like there's a battleground taking place online at the moment, with some groups fighting to maintain anonymity, some groups fighting for better security and some groups just trying to watch it all burn. Well, one group actually fits into the category of fighting for better security by watching part of the world burn.