PSN Would Really Like to Welcome You Back

After nearly a month without PSN and Qriocity services, Sony would like to welcome back, aka bribe, PSN/Qriocity members to trust them again. And what better way to get “all four of [us]” (screw you Gonzorider) than with free games.

Yesterday, the Official PlayStation Blog released the details to their “Welcome Back” program including a breakdown of the free games available for returning customers. So pick your poison folks, will it be Little Big Planet and InFAMOUS? How about some Dead Nation and Wipeout HD? PSP owner? No worries, they got you covered too.

Is it enough to say, forgive and forget? I’m not really sure; but taking into consideration their previous announcement to offer free ID-Theft monitoring for a year combined with what seems like a genuine attempt at courting their loyal customers – I’ll upgrade my jaded, cynical, skepticism to an official “we’ll see.”

Check the full press release after the jump.

Now that some PlayStation Network and Qriocity services have been restored and you’re once again enjoying online gaming and entertainment, we’re happy to provide details about the “Welcome Back” appreciation program for customers in North America. We developed the program as an expression of our gratitude for your patience, support and continued loyalty during the service outage. From all of us at PlayStation, thank you and welcome back!

This package will be made available to all existing registered PlayStation Network and Qriocity users in North America (US and Canada), and will be made available shortly after we have fully restored the service. More specific details about these offers and eligibility requirements will be posted as the services go live.

All PlayStation Network customers can select two PS3 games from the following list. The games will be available for 30 days shortly after PlayStation Store is restored and can be kept forever.

  • Dead Nation
  • inFAMOUS
  • LittleBigPlanet
  • Super Stardust HD
  • Wipeout HD + Fury

For PSP owners, you will be eligible to download two PSP games from the following list. The games will be available for 30 days shortly after PlayStation Store is restored and can be kept forever.

  • LittleBigPlanet (PSP)
  • ModNation Racers
  • Pursuit Force
  • Killzone Liberation
  • A selection of “On Us” rental movie titles will be available to PlayStation Network customers over one weekend, where Video Service is available. Those titles will be announced soon.
  • 30 days free PlayStation Plus membership for non PlayStation Plus subscribers.
  • Existing PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive an additional 60 days of free subscription.
  • Existing Music Unlimited Premium Trial subscription members will receive an additional 30 days of free premium subscription.
  • Additional 30 days + time lost for existing members of Music Unlimited Premium/Basic subscription free of charge for existing Premium/Basic members.
  • To welcome users Home, PlayStation Home will be offering 100 free virtual items. Additional free content will be released soon, including the next addition to the Home Mansion personal space, and Ooblag’s Alien Casino, an exclusive game.

We’d like to thank all of our publishing and development partners who’ve contributed to the Welcome Back program, including Bigbig Studios, Codeglue, Digital Leisure, Guerilla Games, Heavy Water, Housemarque, Lockwood, Loot, Mass Media, Media Molecule, SCE Cambridge Studios, SCE Studio Liverpool, SCE San Diego Studios, and Sucker Punch Productions. We couldn’t have created such a compelling package without them!

As a reminder, you will be able to access the above content shortly after services are fully restored. We are doing everything we can to make that happen as soon as possible. Please visit the following sites for more information about the Welcome Back program in Europe and Latin America.

Thank you again for your support!

Source: US PlayStation Blog

10 thoughts on “PSN Would Really Like to Welcome You Back”

    1. I purposefully didn’t choose that clip because of my old high school rivalry. We were both shitty schools but it mattered at the time.

        1. James Buchanan High was fictional, the building itself was New Utretch High School in Brooklyn. I went to school literally a couple stops from there – Lafayette High School.

  1. I have to wonder how you found that clip. Not a lot of people know about him. Used to be one of my favorite songs for a short time years ago.

    1. Mase? Who are these people who don’t know the temporary Biggie replacement? 

      1. I agree the younger people wont recognize him, but  think it also has something to do with the fact that he left the music scene for a while, converted to Christianity, and even has his own church and ministry.  The song s all about his return to music, n a much more positive manner. 

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