90 Percent of PSN Users Are Back, Says Sony
I have to say, I'm glad that this whole PlayStation Network nonsense is behind us. Sure, there are still annoying hacker losers out there trying to spoil the fun for the rest of us, but at least one of the biggest hacker attacks in recent memory has come and gone. According to Sony, things have gotten better.
For starters, Sony CEO Howard Stringer shared some numbers during a shareholder's meeting. According to Stringer, 90 percent of all PlayStation Network users have returned, translates Andriasang. That's a big number, and it's certainly indicative of the company's future in the online gaming space.
Stringer also stated that trust in the Sony name "was rising." Given the fact that the company is one of the largest electronics manufacturers around, that's hardly surprising. 90 percent is a big number, though, so it's obvious the company is recovering from the downfall that the hacker debacle caused.
I like Sony, and although they certainly goofed with their weak security, as a gamer, I wish them nothing but the best. Microsoft and Nintendo need competition, after all. It makes being a gamer a lot more fun, and it gives us more options. We'll have to see how Sony continues to fare in the near future.