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Sony Is Hurt I Got PSN Codes Through Amazon, Won’t Give Me $10 Store Credit

Sony had this great deal offering $10 in store credit for every $50 that they spent in the PlayStation Network online store. Shane decided to give making purchases in the PSN store a try, because, hey, free money! Only in his attempt to avoid handing over his credit card info to Sony, he inadvertently didn’t fulfill one of the terms of the deal, and Sony won’t give him one of his $10 credits. [More]

Playstation Says No Free Trial Because It’s Already Tomorrow In England

Playstation Says No Free Trial Because It’s Already Tomorrow In England

When something has an expiration date and an end time isn’t specified, you sort of assume that the “day” ends at midnight where you are, or where the company is based. Most people do, anyway, and they shouldn’t. That’s what Howard learned when he tried to activate a free trial of PlayStation Plus, and he was a few hours too late. Not because he had forgotten to call before the offer expired, but because the day was already over. If you use Greenwich Mean Time. [More]

PS3 Update Lets Premium Members Save Data On Cloud Servers

PS3 Update Lets Premium Members Save Data On Cloud Servers

Following through on a promise made in February, Sony released a PS3 firmware update that lets members of its pay service, PlayStation Plus, save data on cloud servers, negating the need for monstrous hard drives to contain game saves. [More]

Sony Only Restricting Hulu Plus Access During Preview

Sony Only Restricting Hulu Plus Access During Preview

It seemed odd last week that Sony was apparently pulling a Microsoft and planning to make gamers subscribe to its premium service for the privilege of connecting to Hulu Plus. Reports that Sony was making the move were unconfirmed, and it turns out, only half-true. [More]

Give Sony $50 A Year, Get Very Little In Return

Give Sony $50 A Year, Get Very Little In Return

Sony unveiled the specifics of its Xbox Live-like PlayStation Plus program on its PlayStation Blog, revealing an underwhelming set of features for the $50 annual fee. Bear in mind that Sony already gives away online play — something Microsoft charges for. [More]