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Sony Gives Away Free Games for All After PSN Store Restoration

Written on June 02, 2011 by Adam Eve

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After a couple of days' delay, Sony has finally restored in PlayStation Network in full functionality.

With the final step of fully restoring the PlayStation Network, Sony has announced that PlayStation Store service will be restored this week. Together with this, the Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity will also be back in full functionality. Sony now implements security enhancements to the network, and tested the PSN Store’s commerce functions.

In relation to this, customers don’t have to wait longer to have their ‘Welcome Back’ packages from Sony. All PSN subscribers will get two free games and 30 free days of PlayStation Plus, while Music Unlimited Premium Trial subscription members will receive an additional 30 days of free premium subscription. Existing Music Unlimited Premium/Basic members, on the other hand, will get additional 30 days. PlayStation Home will provide 100 free virtual items as a ‘welcome back,’ and Sony will be making a selection of movie rental titles available for PSN customers for one week.

Further details for Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea as well as the remaining services on Qriocity will be announced once they become available. So for more update, keep it posted here at GADG.

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Sony Details the PSN Welcome Back Package

Written on May 17, 2011 by Adam Eve

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PSN is now back, and they've got some sweet Welcome Back treats for their loyal subscribers.

Following Sony PSN’s lenthy outage, the company has detailed its Welcome Back package in the hopes that it will appease the affected subscribers of the online service.

Will these bunch of goodies be enough to convince you that the PSN is now back, or would you rather go for the Xbox 360?

See the Welcome Back package’s complete details after the skip.

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Sony Starts “Phased Restoration” for PSN This Week, Offers “Welcome Back” Loot to Loyal Subrscribers

Written on May 02, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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PSN will be back online with some essential services up and running. Subscribers will finally get what they deserve for their loyalty.

PSN subscribers already heard the news before, and now Sony President – Kaz Hirai – has made it official in an executive sense. Sony will be restoring “some services” for the PlayStation Network starting this week in an operation they’d like to call “Phased Restoration.”

Along with the restoration, Sony will be offering a “Welcome Back” appreciation program, which provides with freebies ranging from 30 days free membership/service in the PlayStation Plus Premium to 30 days of free Music Unlimited services powered by Qriocity. Sony also shared that they will be giving away free downloadable content, which varies on what region the PSN subscriber is in.

See the services that Sony will be restoring within the week after the skip.

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