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Please,please,please bring it back.I can't live.The PlayStation Network is down, preventing nearly 70 million people from gaming online. The timing couldn't be worse, as the outage coincides with the release of several popular PlayStation games, such as Mortal Kombat, SoCom 4, and the beta release of inFamous 2. Speaking of infamous" The hacker group "Anonymous" was initially linked to the outage, since it paralyzed the PlayStation network earlier this month, but the group claims it's not responsible this time.Sony Execs Apologize for Network Security Breach
The PlayStation outage comes just days after Amazon's cloud service paralyzed popular websites like Foursquare, Hootsuite, and Reddit.mw2 nd black ops,PlayStation network down after launch of several new games
PlayStation network down: A Sony PlayStation network crash has coincided with the launch of their much anticipated Mortal Kombat, Portal 2, and SOCOM 4 games. The network may be down for days, Sony says,The official Sony blog says that, far from a momentary network hiccup, users should expect the site to be down for as long as two days.
The service outage has locked users out from playing many Sony PlayStation games online, including four brand new releases. The outage coincides with the release of Mortal Kombat, Portal 2, SOCOM 4, and inFAMOUS 2's beta release. Users on Sony's blog page have been particularly vocal about not being able to play Mortal Kombat and the inFAMOUS 2 beta release. Dozens of other PlayStation games capable of network-play will be locked out for the next 24-48 hours.Sony apologises over security breach
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What makes this more frustrating to users is the possibility that the network error is due to an intentional hack of Sony's network. The Sony blog message reportedly addressed "the possibility of targeted behavior by an outside party," but has since removed any reference to being hacked.
The hacker group Anonymous already took down several Sony sites earlier this year and received international attention after taking down the websites of Amazon, Visa, MasterCard, and PayPal in 2010. This time, however, Anonymous is not claiming responsibility.PlayStation Network down for "maintenance" May