Twenty-five years ago, our company launched a game called Final Fantasy. It was the result of a lot of hard work and dedication. It was also the start of a franchise that would go on to capture the hearts of millions of players around the world.
Sony Online Entertainment released in January of 2011 DC UniverseTM Online on both the PlayStation 3 and the PC. As of today it’s free to play. Even better news for Sony
I have yet to see a viable assumption of how this occurred other than broad generalities. Sony knows exactly what’s going on. I have an theory from my own findings.
Really, the biggest news of tonight is the launch of Final Fantasy XIII in the United States. It’s launched in the EST, but we’re still waiting on our copy in
As of 6:20PM CST, we can confirm that our PS3’s are working as expected on the PlayStation Network. All DRM/DLC, trophies and saved data is present and accounted for. We
With Sony’s typical “We’ll just let them wait and find out approach” on their Blog and Twitter, not to mention the launch of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 tonight at midnight,
As we had reported last night, the Sony PlayStation Network was (and still is) down because of an unexplained technical issue. The issue causes an error code of 8001050F to appear