We are all aware that the PSN has been down for some time now and the updates from the PlayStation blog have been pretty much less than useful. We have reported on it a few times trying to keep you up to day with everything that has been happening from start to finish.
As things stand the latest update that has come from the PlayStation blog talks about what happens when normal services resume where Debbie Turner of OSM has revealed that there are a few services that will be compensated but asks… Is it good enough? It’s a pretty tough question as many gamers will have lost faith because of their credit card details being at risk and already switched over to the Xbox 360. Now we can tell you that the PSN is back up in Japan and want to know if everywhere else will be back tomorrow?
We read about this over at gamrConnect where they say that they cannot confirm its back up but they are hearing from numerous places that it is. Another source reporting this news is Blasteroids.com, they have a report that says Sony is restoring the service regionally and that Japan are the first up.
Fingers crossed that that we Westerners have the service resumed soon as many people have been chomping at the bit to play Portal 2 and Mortal Kombat 9 online. Not to mention people wanting to feed their Call of Duty addiction by popping some heads! Look out for more reports that it’s back up and live over the next few days.
What do you think of the outage? Is Sony doing enough for those paying for services? Let us know in the comments section below.