Sunday, June 05, 2011

PlayStation Network Welcome Back Customer Appreciation Program Now Live

I'm pretty sure most of you are aware of what's been going on with the PlayStation Network by now and the lengthy service outages due to the service being hacked. I'm sure you're also aware that all of its users personal data was also stolen, and that said files were apparently unencrypted.

In brief, Sony dropped the ball big time and has a lot of making up to do with its customer base. After some weeks, the PlayStation Network has finally started coming back online, piece by piece.

With the PlayStation Store back online, Sony is now able to officially release their "Welcome Back Customer Appreciation Program." This is a very nice offering that includes free PlayStation 3 and PSP games, a free term for the PlayStation Plus subscription service, free Virtual Items, and free movie rentals.

The PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable games are available for 30 days, the PlayStation Plus free subscription is available for 30 days, and the limited selection of free movie rentals is this weekend only.

For full details, step right this way.

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