And now, finally, after many days of keeping your users in the dark, you come out and say that the information of the users WAS compromised? Including name, address, birthday, and log-in info? This is the kind of stuff people like to know about. And if that wasn't enough, they are saying that while they have "no evidence", the credit card information of the users might be compromised.
Oh dear oh dear. Sony first admitted that they pulled the plug themselves, and now they bit the bullet, letting us know that the the outage is due to an "external intrusion", meaning, someone hacked them. The reason they have taken it down is because they want to investigate the attacks as well as improve their security protection, without risking the information of the users themselves. Continue reading for more quotes from Sony, as well as some speculation about the attack itself.
Everyone loves Chrono Trigger. Everyone. We wish Square Enix would make MORE Chrono Trigger. That's probably not going to happen. What WILL happen though, is another opportunity to play through the original masterpiece. Squenix has confirmed that Chrono Trigger will be released on PSN in Japan this spring, and we can only hope and assume that a Western release is soon to follow.
Hey, look! Another one! The Aperture Science Surprise Deployment Initiation System is counting down, but this time the little clock is accompanied by lovable co-op robots Atlas and P-Body from Portal 2! Check it out right here. Just a bit under an hour and a half (at the time of this post, the screencap came before the writing!) until something happens.
EA has announced that Alice: Madness Returns, the sequel to American McGee’s Alice, will come with a one-time use online code to redeem for a copy of the original on your console of choice! There’s a catch—at least to start. Alice will not be available through the the Xbox LIVE Marketplace or PlayStation Network, but you’ll need an actual disc of the sequel to be able to redeem the code [...]
Sonic Generations is SEGA‘s latest attempt to bring back Sonic fans that have long-since abandoned the fastest thing alive because of his redesign. It’s also an attempt to bring together these old fans and the new fans who have embraced the new Sonic design and played his games regardless. And me? Oh, you better believe it’s working on me.