Not sure if this has been mentioned already, but has anyone been keeping up the PlayStation UK 20th anniversary PS4 competition going on this week? What a load of crap that has been. The basic idea of it was that GAME UK and PlayStation UK would tweet a clue about a character. Using a special website which had tons of the character all on it (you could zoom in and out on them) kind of like a poster, you would find the character and zoom in and then click the box on them which took you to a special GAME page which you then entered contact details into. The first 100 get the chance to win one. And when I say win one, you don't win in the traditional sense. You win the chance to buy one for £400. Yeah. So Monday rolls around, they tweet out just before 4pm to refresh the page with the characters on just before 4 so that it updates or whatever it does and as you can imagine there was so much traffic, most people couldn't load it up, me included. So everyone got pretty annoyed but most expected it to be sorted out for Tuesday 5pm. Tuesday, same thing happens only this time a software engineer created a very simple program that got a piece of code relating to the special GAME page from the HTML code and it generated the link 2 minutes before the clue was tweeted. So then for Wednesday and Thursday the same issues happen and the hack is still going, with many picking up 3 or 4 consoles using various browsers and devices apparently. Friday comes around, PS claim to have fixed that hack, which they did, and then I and tons of others went to load the page and it still wouldn't load. I sat there for 15 minutes today waiting for it, it got stuck at 91%. What with the Interview stuff going on recently, Sony is having a torrid time and this whole competition has been a complete farce. Sony wont care too much about this competition if it nets them £20,000 for little to no work. Sony are a joke right now. Really annoyed, most people agreed that they should have drawn names out of a hat for all PS Plus members. And someone else also pointed out, the USA got to buy 12,300 of them. Why does the UK have to suffer through an awful competition (Good idea, poorly executed) for just 505 (including the 5 raffled out each day from all non winning entries)?