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Master Geek
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Topic # 113528 19-Jan-2013 14:37
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Hi everyone, can anyone confirm if the PSN is down at the moment? can't sign in on both my PS3's and also can't sign into the PSN forums on my laptop. There was talk of a maintenance down time a couple of days ago. Have not been able to sign in now since 5pm yesterday.





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  Reply # 747369 19-Jan-2013 14:53
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Yes PSN is down worldwide. Maitenance was just supposed to be a couple hours but now into 48 hours!

Some forums say 0600 GMT. I will try again 6pm ish NZT



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  Reply # 747379 19-Jan-2013 15:27
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skyhigh: Yes PSN is down worldwide. Maitenance was just supposed to be a couple hours but now into 48 hours!

Some forums say 0600 GMT. I will try again 6pm ish NZT


Cheers mate thought that was the case...







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  Reply # 747421 19-Jan-2013 16:59
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Can't even log into the PSN forums tells me I have an incorrect email address or password????





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  Reply # 747438 19-Jan-2013 17:23
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YES I am a bit miffed. I still play GT5 but only for the weekly Seasonal Events which came out just before the maintenance. I can't play them without PSN and I had a rare few hours to myself, but the opportunity is gone now. Arrrgh!

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  Reply # 747490 19-Jan-2013 18:46
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PSN is working now for me. It let me sign in

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  Reply # 747493 19-Jan-2013 19:09
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Last update on PSN NZ facebook was it was now going to be down until 11PM, last time it was suposed to be down at 6PM. Lots of 13 year olds having a good old cry on their FB. /Firstworldproblems

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