have all been well received by gamers and critics alike.
The Play Station plus members are always at a higher advantage compared to those who use the Play Station network for free since they are even able to save their different files in the cloud storage which is no available to other network users without this type of subscription.Play Station plus is one of the subscription services that is access to the Play Station network users who pay for the subscription services monthly or according to the terms provide by the developers.This subscription that can be gotten for free at is done to allow them to receive improved and better services from the Play Station network in addition to other services that are available to most of them for free.Without the full scale of what has happened yet revealed, it is difficult to compare the incident to previous major data breaches.Probably the most notorious of these was the TJX attack of 2007, believed to have affected at least 45 million credit cards held in databases by the retailer.However, Sony provided no unified service for the system, so support for network features was specific to each game and third-party server, and there was no interoperability of cross-game presence.Five years later during the development stage for its third home console, the Play Station 3, Sony expressed their intent to build upon the functionality of its predecessor by creating a new interconnected service that keeps users constantly in touch with a "Play Station World" network.When the system does return, users will also have to change their logins, although that will seem like a trifling inconvenience for those at risk of compromise, mostly parents of game-playing minors.The blog doesn’t mention how many users could have been affected but that will almost certainly run to a measurable percentage of the system’s reported 77 million global subscriber base.As evidenced by the wonderfully diverse catalog of games on the PSN, Glazyrin revels in the freedom PSN gives developers."The PSN platform has very few limitations, and it compares favorably to its rivals." Sony's support of Creat has been "great" according to Glazyrin, and the ability to access tools like Havok for free makes it possible to "implement real physics – even in games with a moderate budget."While Creat is finding success on PSN, the developer is looking towards the future with at least two more PSN games.More seriously, although Sony is not certain that credit card data has been stolen, “we cannot rule out the possibility,” the blog said.“If you have provided your credit card data through Play Station Network or Qriocity, out of an abundance of caution we are advising you that your credit card number (excluding security code) and expiration date may have been obtained.” With identity theft a real possibility, the company has warned subscribers to be on the lookout for post, telephone and email scams, and for cold contacts asking for added personal data such as social security numbers.Play Station Network (PSN) is a digital media entertainment service provided by Sony Interactive Entertainment.