Well, they ARE using it for a private network....of sorts.
I've played on my PS4 most of yesterday without a hitch.
Sure, no multiplayer or any online functions, but my single player games worked fine.
If only the games for these systems didn't depend on Microsoft's and Sony's servers to be accessible for them to work. It's almost as if it's some kind of crazy DRM scheme.
At least not any of those I have, they work just fine without PSN.
Even installed a game from disc without PSN validation.
My PS4 games works fine without PSN connection.
As with your Skyrim, I can't synchronize save data or trophies. It's saved local untill servers are up, and obviously can't play multiplayer, but beyond that my games works just fine.
I even installed a new game without PSN connection, without any problems.
Do they need PSN to play those games?
I've played both Tomb Raider and GTA:V yesterday just fine without PSN connection.
Tell your friend to disable Motion Flow (whatever it's called on his brand of TV).
Most electronics that connect to your wireless network has this vulnerability.
Are you really bashing Sony for warning the users about this fact?
I thought it'd be a good thing to warn the user, so they might secure it themselves.
Krieger did it right: http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/i...
Let's for one second imagine the game wasn't filled with bugs, the game is still fucking horrible.
They went backwards. The game is boring as hell, story bland, nothing new of value added to gameplay, they managed to make combat worse that previous iterations.
That review is either a massive fan boy or paid for.
If you think that's bad, don't look at what Facebook Messenger wants access to.
Especially on PC.
I haven't had many issues with Ubisoft's games on console to be honest, but every single Ubisoft game I've tried on PC, was extremely bug ridden one way or the other.
They want selective equality.
Fully Qualified Domain Name.
A lot of people leave their servers with default hostname and that is usually going to cause issues with mail if you don't manually configure it.
Was about to post about exactly this.
I live in Denmark and my father wanted to install solar power a few years ago.
He quickly found out that's a very bad idea, since the costs to the government would be significant.
They tax you on the generated power output, and require you to sell excess to the local power company, which they naturally also take income tax on.
They say they want us to go green, but yet they tax the hell out of it.