The third and presumably final 2D Assassin’s Creed Chronicles game is out this week and looks even better than last month’s one set in India. We captured video of its first level.
Sony says PlayStation Network is—once again—having issues. PSN was down for me earlier today, but appears to be back online. Given The Division only has another day in closed beta, it’s not a great day for it to have issues!
Having been down for most of the day, Sony says that it’s PlayStation Network is now back up and running across both the US and Europe.
People trying to create new PlayStation Network accounts this Christmas are running into a significant digital roadblock which is keeping people from effectively using their new PlayStation 4s. Sony is currently failing to immediately send verification e-mails to new users, hobbling new users’ efforts to create online…
As many of us get excited to find brand new games under our trees this weekend, it’s worth looking back at what happened last year, when some jerks tried to ruin Christmas for everyone.
Limbo isn’t a straightforward adventure. It’s confusing. But it’s a good kind of confusing that inspires people to band together and try to solve its mysteries.
The PlayStation Network, a premium subscription service that occasionally lets you play video games online, has a lot of problems. PS4 fans want to change that.
PSN is alive once again. A short outage that probably won’t go in the annals of PSN history. You may resume internet gaming.
If you’re a PlayStation owner in Europe, you may have experienced some ridiculously slow downloads speeds the last few days. Can you imagine waiting 48 hours to download a game?! That’s a reality for some folks right now.
Resident Evil: Revelations 2 has been out for a while now, but a pre-order glitch has been causing havoc for users, and Sony has yet to address it. This seems wrong.
PlayStation owners can stock up on new games this weekend with Sony’s weekend flash sale. Head over to PSN to see the full list. [ PlayStation Network]
Trib Live reports that Hubert Wingate, a 30 year-old from Homewood, Pittsburgh, is currently facing charges of “homicide, abuse of a corpse, cruelty to animals and theft of the PlayStation”, with the PlayStation leading directly to his arrest.
Over the past few years, Sony's PlayStation Network has proven itself to be totally resilient and definitely not susceptible to any sort of major hack. So of course, it's perfectly reasonable that they still don't have two-step verification.
More than three years ago, a crippling internet attack brought down Sony's PlayStation Network and interrupted service for more than a month. Legal showdowns ensued and today, people in the U.S. who used the company's online services can begin the process of getting their share of a $15 million settlement. Here's how.
As first detailed earlier in the month, Sony is making up for some Christmas-related downtime with a sale on pretty much everything on the PlayStation Store.
Just two weeks after the first arrest related to the cyberattacks that bought down PSN and Xbox Live this past Christmas, authorities in the UK have arrested a teenager allegedly connected to the Lizard Squad group that claimed responsibility.
Last month, attackers took down the PlayStation Network for several days, embarrassing Sony and leaving tons and tons of gamers unable to feed their Destiny addictions for almost a week. This is all thanks to what's called a Distributed Denial of Service attack, where a person or a group of people send an inflated…
A few days ago, I got an e-mail from someone who said he was a customer service agent for PlayStation. He asked me—and, really, all of Kotaku's readers—to cut Sony a little slack in the wake of a DDoS attack that took the PlayStation Network down for several days. Have some sympathy for the people who work there, he…