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The PlayStation Network is an online digital media service introduced with the PS3 with its launch in 2006. It allows users to buy games, movies, TV shows, and other stuff, as well as social media features, music and movie streaming, and cloud gaming. Being as irresponsible with money as he is, Chris went into overdrive with this feature of the PS3's online capabilities. Chris spent so much on the PSN that it contributed most of his credit card debt at the time (roughly $3,500 circa early 2010).
You might ask yourself how he could've spent that much and what he could've spent it on. Chris seemingly bought (and still buys) everything possible, from game content to movies to several episodes of terrible harem anime. A list of Chris's PSN purchases reveals that he frequently bought DLC for games he doesn't even own.
Chris spent at least $6,127.64 in American taxpayer dollars.
The following table chronicles Chris's deposits into his PlayStation Network "wallet" between April 2007 and February 2010, the period for which detailed records of his transactions are available (thanks to the work of expert hackers).
Some interesting patterns can be spotted in his spending habits. He was relatively thrifty for most of 2007 and into early 2008 when he still had a few other outlets for entertaining himself outside of his room. There's a sharp spike around the time of his first ban from The GAMe PLACe in the spring of 2008, although that signal spike might have been augmented as a result of his concurrent "breakup" with Megan Schroeder in a bid to salve the emotional wound with the desperate application of virtual toys. Likewise, it's probably not a coincidence that after Chris was permanently booted from The PLACe in the summer of 2008, he began spending a shit ton more tugboat money on PSN.
In light of the second wave of the Vivian Gee e-mails, Chris's spending in early 2010 is impressive. Despite being supposedly put on a strict budget by his father at the time (in order to pay down debts created by his earlier PSN spending), he still managed to spend around $100 or more a month.
|February 2010||$130.00||July 2009||$80.00||December 2008||$150.00||May 2008||$90.00||October 2007||$55.00|
|January 2010||$90.00||June 2009||$170.00||November 2008||$110.00||April 2008||$16.02||September 2007||$35.00|
|December 2009||$234.29||May 2009||$135.00||October 2008||$90.07||March 2008||$20.00||August 2007||$65.00|
|November 2009||$215.00||April 2009||$225.00||September 2008||$90.00||February 2008||$20.00||July 2007||$25.00|
|October 2009||$268.41||March 2009||$210.00||August 2008||$85.00||January 2008||$75.00||June 2007||$10.00|
|September 2009||$132.36||February 2009||$125.00||July 2008||$120.00||December 2007||$25.00||May 2007||$35.00|
|August 2009||$50.00||January 2009||$90.00||June 2008||$30.00||November 2007||$30.00||April 2007||$25.00|
According to the PSN profile for Sonichu, as of 25 September 2021, Chris has 5,018 trophies. Note: Availability of Sonichu's trophy information is dependent on the proper functioning of the PlayStation Network. Information is not updated in real time.
Games with over 50% progress include:
|LittleBigPlanet||70||100%||And he still can't coordinate his jumps, or design a good level.|
|ModNation Racers||69||100%||A driving game that Chris is terrible at. The levels that he has made so far are simply bad, and he racks up a fairly consistent .200 winning average.|
|LittleBigPlanet 2||65||100%||The game that made his Autism Tutorial possible.|
|Back to the Future: The Game||60||100%|
|PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale||56||100%|
|inFamous||50||100%||A man dressed in yellow that shoots electricity? Hmmmmm...|
|Hannah Montana: The Movie||43||100%||No comment.|
|Skylanders Spyro's Adventure||38||100%|
|Blue Toad Murder Files: The Mysteries of Little Riddle||37||100%|
|Ratchet & Clank: A Crack in Time||37||100%|
|God of War: Ascension||36||100%|
|God of War III||36||100%||All that blood and gore couldn't stop Chris from grabbing all the trophies and deity boobies.|
|Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus||36||100%||Furries galore.|
|Sly 2: Band of Thieves||36||100%|
|Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves||36||100%|
|God of War II||35||100%||From the God of War Collection.|
|Ratchet & Clank 2||35||100%|
|Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection||35||100%||Another case of redundancy for most of the included games, especially the Sonic ones.|
|Ratchet & Clank 3: Up Your Arsenal||33||100%|
|Midway Arcade Origins||32||100%|
|Costume Quest||17||100%||Made by the same people who made Brütal Legend.|
|Linger In Shadows||16||100%||A demoscene production. Not remarkable. Most people already had 1,000 gamerscore in Second Reality. In 1993.|
|SBCG4AP Episode 4: Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective||15||100%|
|SBCG4AP Episode 3: Baddest of the Bands||15||100%|
|SBCG4AP Episode 2: Strong Badia the Free||15||100%|
|Sackboy's Prehistoric Moves||14||100%|
|SBCG4AP Episode 5: 8-Bit Is Enough||14||100%|
|SBCG4AP Episode 1: Homestar Ruiner||14||100%|
|Sam and Max: The Devil's Playhouse - Episode 1: The Penal Zone||13||100%|
|Welcome Park||13||100%||A Vita tutorial.|
|Wheel of Fortune||13||100%||Truly, the apex of hi-def gaming.|
|Back to the Future - Episode 1: It's About Time||12||100%|
|Gunstar Heroes||12||100%||Chris may have gotten 100% in Gunstar Heroes, but in reality, he's a total zero.|
|Sam and Max: The Devil's Playhouse - Episode 2: The Tomb of Sammun Mak||12||100%|
|Sonic the Fighters||12||100%||A fairly short fighting game that can generally be beaten in under 12 minutes.|
|Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I||12||100%|
|Sonic the Hedgehog 2||12||100%||"...Christian's father says it only takes a few hours for him to master an electronic game and then...move onto another!"|
|Sonic the Hedgehog||12||100%||Of course.|
|Buzz! Junior: Monsters||11||100%|
|Buzz! Junior: RoboJam||11||100%|
|NAMCO MUSEUM ESSENTIALS||11||100%|
|Sam and Max: The Devil's Playhouse - Episode 4: Beyond the Alley of the Dolls||11||100%|
|.detuned||10||100%||Another demoscene production. Again, we'd allege that Chris wouldn't get too far in Farbrausch's more famous interactive entertainment prod .kkrieger - not to even mention the largely .famous .the .product, dammit!|
|Sam and Max: The Devil's Playhouse - Episode 3: They Stole Max's Brain!||10||100%|
|Mainichi Issho||7||100%||A Japan-only release. Apparently just like Animal Crossing, only more boring and even bigger of a grind fest.|
|Frogger Returns||4||100%||100!!!...oh, it's 4 trophies for 4 levels.|
|Skylanders SWAP Force||40||94%|
|Burnout Paradise||93||91%||It has cars. They can be driven. Yes, this is a highly-acclaimed title, but Chris believes it's comparable to that of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.|
|Braid||11||89%||A game about a man who alters time to rescue his sweetheart. However, it's worth noting that Braid is a puzzle game, and not a simple one to play either, yet he still fully completed the game. This is perhaps the most definite proof that Chris isn't mentally retarded (or, at least, he knows how to use GameFAQs).|
|Treasures of Montezuma Blitz||13||85%|
|LEGO Movie - Videogame||49||82%|
|God of War||33||82%||Most of the trophies are earned by progressing through the game normally. The trophies he lacks are the ones that require you to complete actual challenges or completing the game in under five hours.|
|Duke Nukem Forever||63||80%|
|God of War: Chains of Olympus||32||80%|
|Table Top Tanks||5||80%|
|Skylanders: Trap Team||47||78%|
|Ratchet & Clank 4 One||45||77%|
|Band Hero||35||77%||A pop music version of Guitar Hero.|
|Rock Band Blitz||18||76%|
|The Price is Right||11||76%|
|Sonic Unleashed||37||75%||Due to the trophy data not visible to the public and people reporting hearsay as fact, a lot of people were under the assumption that Chris had 100% of the trophies in Sonic 2006 (which doesn't even have trophies). Now, we're equally perplexed by the fact that Chris has only 75% of trophies in a bona-fide 3D Sonic title.|
|God of War: Ghost of Sparta||31||71%|
|LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes||27||71%|
|Penny Arcade Adventures: OtRSPoD, Episode One||11||71%|
|Penny Arcade Adventures: OtRSPoD, Episode Two||11||71%|
|Papo & Yo||10||71%|
|Noby Noby Boy||9||71%|
|Rock of the Dead||21||66%|
|Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing||36||62%||Sonic Kart couldn't hold his interest long enough for a platinum trophy. No Sonichu? Back to ModNation.|
|uDraw Studio - Instant Artist||28||61%|
|Buzz!: Quiz TV||16||61%||The first of the Buzz! games to appear on PS3. See also Chris's Quizzes for his MyBUZZ! stuff.|
|Uncharted: Golden Abyss||38||60%|
|Watchmen: The End is Nigh||8||57%||"Meeting with Chris-chan left bad taste in mouth. He is pampered and decadent, betraying even his shallow, liberal affections. Possibly homosexual? Must remember to investigate further."|
|Transformers: War for Cybertron||34||55%|
|Rock Band: Classic Rock||12||55%|
|The House of the Dead 4||15||52%|
|Pure Chess||10||52%||10 of 13 trophies? Oh wait, only three trophies require any real skill.|
|Uno||10||52%||Chris probably bought it in hopes that it was like the Xbox Live Arcade version. Forgotten about when he realized that was not the case.|
|Uncharted: Drake's Fortune||26||50%|
|Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II||8||50%|
Comparing to the list of games he owns, there was a bunch of them that he hadn't even booted up a single time. There are some games he had touched maybe once and then left to the wayside; for example, all of his BioShock trophies are from the beginning of the game, and he received all of them on October 23, 2008, over a couple of hours. (The logical conclusion is that the second level of BioShock will blow your mind.) In public, he also prominently featured games he never really played; the PS3 History Level shows many games that he touched only a few times (Mirror's Edge and BioShock, for example, currently sit at 11% and 9% respectively), and in the PS3 tutorial, Chris says he thinks PAIN is a "fun" game, yet he let it sit at 0%.
As a result of his online notoriety, his poor choice of passwords, and his innate gullibility, Chris’s PlayStation Network account was hacked or otherwise wrested from his control on multiple occasions. BlueSpike, in his guise as Chris’s sweetheart Julie, was able to convince Chris to break the first fundamental rule of cybersecurity and "share" his password in February 2009, which was later used as a wedge to control and torment Chris. That summer, Jack Thaddeus seized the account, resulting in detailed revelations concerning Chris’s insane online spending habits, as well as the video with eight minutes of console humping. Chris managed to keep control of his accounts for a surprisingly long time after his run-in with Thaddeus, but his luck ran out on 24 February 2010, thanks to a certain Hawaiʻian.
On 12 August 2023, about four months after his release from jail, Chris changed his PSN profile description from "I am Christine. <3" to "I'm Christ Chan Prime" to reflect the revelation he made while in jail. If Chris is using "Prime" in the same way he used it when referring to Sonichu as "Sonichu Prime" (meaning the first and most important Sonichu), then Chris is possibly referring to himself as the most important incarnation of Jesus Christ, which is debatable.
On the same day, a screenshot of Chris leaving a PlayStation chat was posted to r/ChrisChanSonichu by user lambda115. With zero context or other potential messages being added with the screenshot, it was assumed that this was Chris saying that Sonichu (the character) had left, though the OP clarified that this was just Chris, whose username on PSN is "Sonichu", leaving the chat.
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