Sleeping can be fun - necessary even. But what if stuff happens when you're sleeping - game stuff? What are you supposed to to do then? Thankfully we have a solution - While You Were Sleeping, a quick round up of all the news that happened… while you were sleeping.
Overnight, the news is still resolutely focused on the PSN situation as the situation continues to get worse for Sony. In the US the first class action lawsuit has already been filed; in the UK a British watchdog has started looking into the situation. Speculations claim that the breach could carry a price tag of $24b for Sony - but that seems like a ludicrously high estimate.
Good news for the users of Hulu in the US thought - they're offering some credit for the outage. Yeah. Doesn't help us much though!
Oh, and here's an in-depth look at L.A. Noire if you happen to be sick of the PSN saga!
In Short And The PSN Outages First Class Action Lawsuit Is Already Filed It Was A Foggy Night And I Was Trying To Get To The Bottom Of L.A. Noire PSN Breach Could Carry US24b Price Tag In Some Fantasy World Hulu Offers Some Members Credit For PlayStation Network Outage Sony In Sights Of British Watchdog Over PSN Hacking