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Xperia Play Owners Lucky PSN Hack Escape: Phew

Since the massive PlayStation Network breach millions of PSN users have had its accounts hacked into, the huge cyber attack hit the network two weeks ago and still there are problems. This is good news for Xperia Play gamers.

This breach has led to over 10,000 direct debit records from customers in Europe and 12,700 non-U.S. credit or debit card numbers since the breach started. See what you have to do to fix this issue via Virgin Media

Now seeing as you cannot purchase game content via the PlayStation Store content this will not affect you, many gamers out there complained when they learned that customers would have to repurchase games that they already have on their PlayStation Network, bet you are glad you cannot do this now.

Are you happy the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is not linked to PSN Store? Please let us know what you think about the above and the hack itself, have you been affected?

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2 thoughts on “Xperia Play Owners Lucky PSN Hack Escape: Phew”

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    Dave says:

    How is "millions of PSN users have had its accounts hacked into" "good news for Xperia Play gamers"? Trying to scare much? If you have been even remotely following the Xperia Play and what "Playstation Certified" means, then you would know that at the moment there have been NO plans to have this device connect to the PSN.

    A lame article trying to scare users with a decent gaming device and an unfortunate event that have almost nothing to do with each other.

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      Jordan says:

      I agree with Dave, PlayStation and Sony Ericsson said from the beginning it wasn't linked to the PSN, I have the phone and can go online via the Gameloft servers, never was going to be the PlayStation Network.

      PlayStation Certified simply means that an "Android device is able to run the content smoothly".

      Whoever wrote this article has no knowledge of the phone, and is trying to write about something he doesn't know a great deal about.

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