Confusion reigns just days after the restoration of the PlayStation Network after an initial security breach three weeks before hand. It all looks like another stumble in the attempt to get services back up and running, and certainly seems like Sony has not thought through all the security ramifications of being responsible for customer's personal data.
There is an inevitability of action movie video game tie in projects, and as such the announcement of a game based on the upcoming Battle: Los Angeles is unsurprising. The good news is that developers are aware of the dangers of how the public views such titles, and the chance of getting a good movie tie-in game has increased, which camp will Battle: Los Angeles fall in?
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