Three executives, including Kazuo Hirai, the chief of Sony Corp.'s PlayStation video game unit, bowed for several seconds at Tokyo headquarters Sunday in the traditional style of a Japanese apology. It was their first public appearance since the worldwide problems surfaced in April

Sony said it would resume some PlayStation Network services this week, and added that it would offer "welcome back" freebies such as complimentary downloads and 30 days of free Playstation Plus service around the world to show remorse and appreciation.

So what do you guys think? Good enough apology? If they can get PSN back on Tuesday, I'll be a happy camper.

PLEASE DON'T START A FANBOY WAR. Just updating the PS3 breaches.

Ignore Sp3c :3 - Commenting restored. But any more flamewar-ish comments will be deleted. Thank you, -- azuris_ 19:59, May 1, 2011 (UTC)

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