There's no official word as to exactly what's going on but the Sony PlayStation Network is down and is causing problems such as 8001050F error codes, game crashes, corrupted trophy info, and even the complete inability to launch certain titles.
Horror ! what happens if all the little weirdo's normally locked in their play rooms come out and start mixing with people !!!
BIOS internal clock error in non-slim PS3's that made them think this year was a leap year.
The problem should have fixed itself now, though your trophies might have been affected (*cough* deleted*cough*) if they were synched to PSN.
by Beelzedad 11 years ago
An external intrusion on our system has affected our PlayStation Network and Qriocity services. In order to conduct a thorough investigation and to verify the smooth and secure operation of our network services going forward, we turned off PlayStation Network & Qriocity services on the evening...
by Mr.NGR 11 years ago
Has the Playstation Network being offline brought you down?
by mcbel 9 years ago
Have I been hacked on the Playstation Network?!A few nights ago I was invited to a chat party while playing Battlefield 4. It was from a player on my team. I accepted it and played with him for a few more nights.Later he began inviting his other friends to play. These folks were white, but their...
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