Perhaps it’s no surprise but the National press is having a field day due to the recent PSN leak which saw customers personal details stolen.
First up is National newspaper Metro, which leads with the story on its front page with the headline ‘Panic Stations’.
The Telegraph’s website, The Daily Mail, Sky and the BBC all have coverage, while The Sun, as you would expect, also carries a damning headline saying ’77 million PlayStation accounts hacked’.
Sony has promised to hunt down whoever is responsible for this crime, which will no doubt result in a rather big prison sentence if they are ever caught.
“We are as upset as you are regarding this attack and are going to proceed aggressively to track down those that are responsible,” SCEE’s head of communications.