The developer behind PlaySsation Network hit Gravity Crash, Just Add Water, has said that the hysteria surrounding the PSN is "a lot of wind and p**s."
He pointed at probability to justify his case, specifically in the case against Play.com last year: "Yes, it's up to 77 million PSN IDs, or 35 million master accounts "“ the rest are sub accounts. It's bad. But to look at it laterally, you're now one of 35 million people who could get their details leaked out and used by somebody else.
"But when you look at things like Play.com for example, which had 1.4 million details ripped last year, you're one in 1.4 million. There's a much higher chance of your stuff being used from Play than there is of your stuff being used from the PlayStation hack. "
He also went on to say that the criticism lobbied at Sony is unjustified, and that they've dealt with the situation in exactly the right way.
"I'm not saying it's good. It's bad. But I don't think half the criticism they've got has been deserved. They have gone about it the right way."
Sony has started to give out more information to consumers in the form of Question and Answers on the PlayStation Blog.