"You can only have a maximum of five activated systems allowed on one Sony Entertainment Network account and must have the system physically with you in order to deactivate it."
I thought they had gotten rid of that? (trying to remember on which forum I was told this)
"If you exceed this amount, you will need to deactivate a system before the new one can be used to download content. You must also have the system with you in order to activate or deactivate it."
So basically if I get a PS Vita, I should not bother linking my old PSN account to it? I should make a new PSN account? It better fecking let me use the same email... I would laugh so hard if it said "this email is already in use" although it wouldn't be funny..
Anyway, as for the PS3, I guess I will delete local users (which deletes their PSN accounts by default) and format the hard drive, and I guess that's that. Maybe I will manually delete PSN accounts first, just in case.
seems like to hit it big on mobile, your game has to be bird related
I can imagine a Randy Bachman seminar for mobile game devs.
"your game must be bird related, and contain an adjective. The first level must be completed in 45 seconds, or less. Either the protagonist or the enemies must be grumpy and/or silly. Preferably both. And the game MUST appeal to kids. Kids buy 50 percent of all mobile games, and they make adult women buy the other 50 percent."