I finally got around to installing the latest system update, but I couldn't help noticing that one of the changes in this update was that the Playstation Network is now changed to read as 'PSN' on the system.
I just want to take a moment to reflect on how odd that is.
Sure, we call it PSN, especially when we write or type it out. And I get that people like short, catchy terms to describe stuff. But does it really need to be simplified everywhere now?
Some poor fool is probably gonna come along and get a PS4 one day and be all like, "PSN? What's PSN? Aw $%@#!, you mean to tell me there's a new Playstation system coming out already?" Lol. Not only that, it just seemed... Idk, a little more professional to explain what those three letters stand for on the system.
It kind of reminds me of how Mountain Dew changed their logo to read "Mt. Dew". I am shocked that people still read it as "mountain" when they say the name aloud, so I guess not all hope is lost. I just dread the day when some kid can't explain what PSN stands for. If someone asks they'll say, "It's... You know, that online thing for the Pee-Ess-Four. It lets you play games with people if you pay for it every month. And you get free games with it. That thing."
Anyone else sharing in my thoughts? XD