dealsi bought a ps3 and all i got was this: [psn…

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I'd buy one, but I had to cancel my credit card. Thanks PSN and Sony online security!

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Yeah that's cute and all but $18 for a shirt is hardly a deal.

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I'm not entire sure I see the "deal" in an $18 shirt for an issue which will span such a short period of time in the life of the product that it's barely relevant. Red-ring-of-death I understand but the network outage from hackers? Maybe because I don't use the network that much?

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And yes, I know RROD was Xbox before anyone makes a snarky comment. I was drawing parallels.

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At least when my 360 gave me the RROD, it didn't tweet my social security number.

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RROD was covered under the warranty - my name, full address, date of birth, credit card information and probably even my favorite color is far more valuable than the cost and hassle of shipping the console back to Microsoft!

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I think that the comments are straying away from the obvious issue that 18.00 for a shirt is hardly a deal. Both systems have had their troubled spots, get over it.

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PSN still down.....and does anyone really care? sure there are the few out there who have purchased the PS3 and wanted to online game...but to bad so sad...sorry Vice president of "insert commercial phrase here" your ps3 doesn't do everything....

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Sure PS3 can do everything. PS3 can now claim it has the ability to screw you. Thanks Sony

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wow people whats up with the RAGE! So what it happens. Its happened to wow and other places. I would even bet Microsoft did it.

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@xdavidsaint: I didn't care so much until Sony disclosed that the hackers got our personal information (name, address, email, password) and possibly our credit card numbers as well.

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The things that you give up to have free online gaming service. Maybe they'll fix it. This is far worse than RROD (personal info stolen takes longer to fix than RROD.) At least RROD was a quick fix...go to another Xbox 360, get the new one, or just don't play it for more than 12 hours.