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E3: How will Sony handle the PSN issue tonight?

6:05 PM on 06.06.2011 // Chad Concelmo

This morning brought us Microsoft's Kinect-heavy press conference, followed by EA's presentation with a stunning and jaw-dropping demo of the highly anticipated Battlefield 3. And even though both of these press conferences showed off some pretty great stuff, all eyes are now on Sony and, more specifically, how they are going to handle the already infamous, and still very fresh, PSN issue that made headlines all around the world.

In just one hour, we will see how everything plays out.

What do you think will happen? Do you think Sony will try to make light of the situation using someone like Kevin Butler? Or are they going to take the whole thing very, very seriously? Heck, do you think they might ignore it altogether and just focus on their (admittedly awesome) games lineup and new NGP/Vita news?

What Sony says and does at their press conference is going to be pretty darn important. How do you think they will (and how do you think they should) handle it? Or do you not care anymore? One hour to go!




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