In a bit of a surprise, PlayStation Network users are finding that PlayStation Network is currently down when trying to log in or use their PlayStation services.Continue reading
If you were a fan of the classic Party Chat system on PlayStation 4, you aren’t alone, let’s talk about why the new PlayStation 4 party chat system is a mess and why Sony should have left it alone.Continue reading
After a recent debate, we decided to take a look at what actually happens if you get banned from PlayStation Network, and well, the details are grimmer than you might think.
Locking down your account is as simple as setting up a security password when creating your account. But is the added security really worth it? Here’s what you need to know.
In a weird turn of events, players had fallen victim to a message that would be sent to them during online games and inevitably, it rendered their consoles unusable unless they reinstalled their OS or took it into Safe Mode and rebuilt their databases. Here’s what you need to know.
Kush_Master_420_Crunk will finally be able to grow up and change their PSN ID to something a bit more mature later this year for beta testers, early next year for everyone else. The cost? Not as bad as one might think.
If there’s anything gamers, streamers, and game journalists want to hear, it’s that the service they depend on being available isn’t actually available. Just shortly ago, we’d been tipped off by a few readers and our own attempts to log into the service, that PlayStation Network is currently available.
Are you a trophy hunter? Have you ever wondered if you would get rewarded for being a trophy hunter? If you are or you want to become one, Sony isn’t going to hold you back from doing so, and they actually want you to do something with them. Something quite fun, but they require you to actually create a Sony Rewards account and linking it to your active PlayStation Network account.