As you may have noticed, there have been some serious issues plaguing the PS3 console over the past 48 hours. Several gamers complained of having network connectivity issues, while others couldn't even play a game. Sony has finally fixed the issue, announcing that all consoles should be working properly.
The issue had something to do with the PlayStation's internal clock. Many users who reported problems, noticed that their calenders changed dates to January 1, 2000, a date more than 6 years before the console was even released. Additionally, trophy data was either incorrect or missing.
Luckily, all things seem to be up and running, but the blow was the first big notable failure the console has had in a while. PS3 owners often applauded Sony for crafting such a stable machine, compared to that of the red ring heavy Xbox 360. However, it's clear that no console is safe from the inevitable glitch and bug.