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PSN is still not working

Apparently, streamlined the phrase `several days` turn into a `few weeks`. Apparently, streamlined the phrase `several days` turn into a `few weeks`. The official representative of Sony Sigenori Yoshida said industrial portal Bloomberg. com, that the work should PSN service `fully restored` before 1931

Apparently, streamlined the phrase `several days` turn into a `few weeks`. The official representative of Sony Sigenori Yoshida said industrial portal Bloomberg. com, that the work should PSN service `fully restored` before the May 31. Keyword - fully. How to assure employees of Sony, online game, and the fundamental functional PSN back into operation before the other elements of service. When did this happen? Here in this place nightingale`s song Sony subsides - nobody still does not know when exactly earn dwell on April 20, the mechanisms PSN. While mass sedated service only hits the nerves of players who accept only online battles, and purses publishers like Capcom, who tearfully complain about life and still count in his corner losses from unsold costumes for SSF4. But the chart releases packaged projects plight PSN has no effect - the same Bethesda Softworks said that the PS3-version of the shooter Brink, the main advantage of which are multiplayer shoot-out later today, no delay

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