“…an extra 25 million customers who played games on its Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) PC games network have had their personal details stolen – and that they were taken before the theft of 77 million peoples’ details on the PlayStation Network (PSN).”
Source: Guardian Tech Blog
Earlier this year Sony was caught using a screenshot of Microsoft’s Project Gotham Racing 3 to promote Gran Turismo 4.
PlayStation Portable owners recently got a taste of what’s to come with the release of SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo 3. Anyone who buys a second-hand copy of the game will be forced to pay another US$20 for a new voucher code if they want to play online.
“SONY NOW CHARGES $735.00 JUST TO LOOK AT A HVRA1U IF IT’S NOT WORKING” - SteveToday
There’s no better example of the arrogance of the modern Sony than the launch of the PlayStation 3. It was the last of the current generation of game consoles to market. It cost more than all its competitors. Kaz Hirai, then president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America and now the head of the entire ball of wax worldwide, said infamously, “The next generation doesn’t start until we say it does.”
Apparently Michael is still upset about the promotion of his “Invincible” album.
MJ fans who hate Sony might like: MJFansBoycottSony
Sony has the nerve to offer a $50 "Fresh Start" option, which "scrubs" the machine clean before shipping it your way. Or here’s an idea, Sony: stop trying to milk profits and start giving consumers laptops that actually work out of the box.
“Make everyone in the modern home want to tear their fucking eyeballs out”