Sony Sticks Penis in Hornet’s Nest with Playstation Network Outage

Playstation Network Outage Continues – Why?

The PlayStation network outage has been ongoing for several days following last week’s Sony hack. Sony is now rebuilding their network.  In a press release Sony stated the cause of this outage is due to possible hackers. Rumours have been circulating that the person or people responsible is a group of hackers named Anonymous.  This is due to their recent declaration of war on Sony. Check out the threat!

Anonymous has now released a statement claiming no responsibility for Sony Network going down or the Playstation Network outage.

anonymous statement on playstation network outage

Since it’s launch, Playstation Network has had many problems.  Most recently it went down at the launch of Mortal Combat, Portal 2 and Socom 4. On the bright side, at least this time they have somebody other than themselves to blame for their network’s failings. Meanwhile, Xbox Live gaming continues unabated.

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