"Illegal And Unauthorized Intrusion"

FOUND IN TRANSLATION | JAPAN: TV news pours over the PlayStation blog, pointing out the possibility of leaked credit cards. (Photo by 2ch)


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"Nintendo Shock" Shocks Japan "Lehman Shock" is how Japan described the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers. "Shock" (ショック) is en vogue in Japan, and a quick way to describe the impact of something often unexpected, like the "Fukushima Shock", for instance.

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Has Microsoft "Un-Banned" Outlawed Xbox 360 Consoles? That's what internet chatter throughout the course of the evening would have you believe, with reports coming in that some banned Xbox 360 consoles (and their associated Gamertags) can suddenly re-connect to Xbox Live.

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GLaDOS is Still Mildly Terrifying, Even When she's Made out of LEGO Catsy, the same LEGO fanatic who recreated Mass Effect's Citadel so beautifully last year, is back giving similar treatment to GLaDOS, the mouthy villain of the Portal series.

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Before Jail, He Tried Porn Once upon a time, Takafumi Horie was the most feared, loved, and hated man in Japan. That time has passed.

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Sony Says It Didn't Know Severity Of PS3 Breach Until Monday While Sony discovered that hackers had broken into their Playstation Network on April 19, it wasn't until nearly a week later that the company understood the full scope of the breach, a Sony official tells Kotaku.

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This Saturday, I'm going to the batting cage—something I haven't done in a long, long time. Cannot wait. –Brian Ashcraft

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