As promised earlier this week, all PlayStation Network services are being restored today in Europe, America and most of Asia. On Tuesday, we reported that Sony intended to bring back the service by the end of the week. Today, Sony is confirming it once again in a press release.
Sony has always been a avid supporter of using top of the line physical storage media for their devices, for instance the PlayStation 2 was the first console with DVD drive, the killer feature of PlayStation 3 has always been the Blu-ray drive and the first-gen PlayStation Portable brought the new UMD media format. But recently, Sony killed UMD format with the PSP-Go in favor of distributing media over their online PlayStation Store. This obviously raised a lot of questions whether Sony will take PSP-Go like route for the next-gen PlayStation 4. Well apparently, this might not be the case after all.