Downloadable games from Sony and Microsoft are all several quid more expensive than their physical counterparts, despite no box or shipping costs.
A judge rules that "there is no such thing as perfect security," after 75 million customers' billing addresses, user names, passwords, and phone numbers were stolen in a massive cyberattack.
A UK watchdog has landed the Japanese gaming giant with a bill, saying the disastrous hack "could have been prevented".
Anyone taking issue with Sony in the future will be unable to take part in a class action lawsuit, and instead will have to work with an arbitrator of Sony's choosing, company says.
We've got some ideas for how you can while away the hours while Sony's PlayStation Network remains down. How about PC gaming, social gaming, changing your passwords, or heading outside (just kidding on that last one!)?
In Europe and Australia, Sony is limiting the number of its devices that can simultaneously access games and content purchased from its network. Is the policy unfair to those with multiple consoles?
Sony's console has seen a significant breach of its security measures, making it easier for people to run pirated games.
Sony has pulled another PS Vita title from the PSN store following a blog by a known hacker about its security holes.
A report in The Register says Sony is trying out a new look and layout for the gaming and video service.
Sony Computer Entertainment America senior vice president Phil Rosenberg told IndustryGamers in an interview published yesterday that 90 percent of PlayStation Network users are back.