Sony: we are “uncertain” (have no clue) when PSN is coming back



Sony was threatened, credit card numbers were stolen, gamers were frustrated, and Sony still doesn’t have a clue about what is going on. And yet the train wreck — also known as Sony’s PSN service — continues to take its toll on gamers. So, if anyone out there was hopeful for a return of multiplayer madness on your PS3 anytime soon, well, sorry, but you might have to wait a bit longer.

Shigenori Yoshida, a Tokyo-based spokesman for Sony, stated that Sony does not know when it will resume PSN services. Of course, gamers are probably already used to being in the dark with their PS3s, as the downtime has eclipsed two weeks already. Tack on several more more days of unreliability and temporary shutdowns before this whole debacle occurred; we might very well have a new Guinness World Record on our hands.

Xbox Live, I can report, is working flawlessly.

  1. its coming on at the end of may…i know everyone is very desparado in getting psn back but if you dont beleive me check on

  2. bro wtf this is stupid come on your going to lose customers if you dont get it back up its been over a month fix it already.

  3. This is ridiculous. I’m cancelling all of the paid services I had through PSN. I’m not going to pay a monthly fee for a service that I have no ability to use. I was giving them the benefit of the doubt, but this has gone on for far too long. I may take my PS3 into my local GameStop and trade it in toward an Xbox 360. Yeah, I’ll have to pay, but at least it will freaking work.

  4. I’m so f***king sick of this. If Sony didn’t have their heads up their ass, telling themselves that pissing off CoD hackers wouldn’t end negatively at all, then this wouldn’t have happened.

  5. Waiting this long does seem excessive, but we want them to get it all fixed up and back together once and for all and not keep putting out press releases that say: “Hey, um, sorry, more accounts got hacked and they might have your credit card info…sorry…”

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