Your personal and credit card information could be at risk.
The official PlayStation Blog has the whole press release.
It’s because of incidences like this that I’ve not chosen to entrust Xbox Live and the PSN with my own credit card information; when I’ve bought DLC (or downloadable games), I’ve used PSN cards and Xbox Live point cards (if you’d rather buy content from the Japanese stores, NCSX and Play Asia can set you up (since inputting credit card information for each region requires a billing address in said region, cards are the only effective way to purchase out-of-region content)).
Of course, that’s kind of useless right now; with the PSN down, you can’t change your password, or personal info, or delete whatever credit cards you had linked with your account. So in the meantime, just watch your card history, and be prepared to cancel if some Russian guy buys a bunch of stuff.
Ninja Gaiden (Σ) brought the series kicking and screaming onto modern consoles, and reintroduced gamers to crushing, unforgivable gameplay.
Full of hordes of enemy ninja and bloody, bloody action, Tecmo’s classic action game was faithfully updated as a 3D action game (the originals were all side-scrolling).
There were some drawbacks, though; the first boss was inordinately hard (mostly due to the low stats Ryu starts out with), and sometimes the camera was … inconveniently placed.
Those gripes didn’t detract too much from the game’s overall quality, though; sometimes you just want to play a mindless action game, and Ninja Gaiden delivers on that front quite well.
Boehner’s remarks echoed concerns expressed this month by President Barack Obama, who asked Congress to repeal $3.6 billion in annual oil, natural gas and coal subsidies, a move that would total $46.2 billion over a decade and help pay for clean energy initiatives.
Don’t cut subsidies in fossil fuels just so that you can turn around and
set it on fire ”invest” in “clean energy initiatives.”
Cut subsidies. Cut them all. Oil, corn, solar, wind, all of them.
But if Ron Paul is seriously going to try to run for president again, I’m going to have to decline to vote for him.
Sure, he has some good ideas, but his raving insanity when it comes to non-fed related issues is a deal-breaker.
Sorry, Ronulans, but my money is on Ron Paul being a three-time loser. You can take the suit, but the bowcaster you’ll have to pry from my cold, dead hands.