Playstation Mobile

Featured: PlayStation Mobile Is Now Open for Sony and (a few) HTC Devices

October 3, 2012 - Written By Michael Roberts

Playstation Mobile is live and in business for select markets around the world. The new gaming option opened first on Sony mobile devices – including the PS Vita, though HTC has a few devices which will also have access. (Currently, HTC’s devices are marked on Playstation’s website with an asterisk and a note that details will be announced later.)

Here’s a full list of devices currently ready for Playstation Mobile:

SONY

  • Sony Tablet P
  • Sony Tablet S
  • Xperia Tablet S
  • Sony Mobile Communications
  • Xperia acro HD IS12S
  • Xperia acro HD SO-03D
  • Xperia acro IS11S
  • Xperia acro S LT26w
  • Xperia acro SO-02C
  • Xperia arc SO-01C
  • Xperia GX SO-04D
  • Xperia ion LT28at
  • Xperia ion LT28i/LT28h
  • Xperia NX SO-02D
  • Xperia PLAY R800i/R800a/R800at
  • Xperia PLAY R800x
  • Xperia PLAY SO-01D
  • Xperia S LT26i
  • Xperia SL LT26ii
  • Xperia SX SO-05D
  • Xperia T LT30a/LT30h
  • Xperia TX LT29i
  • Xperia V LT25i

HTC

  • One S *
  • One V *
  • One X *

* Details to be announced later on

The first offering of games includes titles like “Super Crate Box,” “Beats Slider,” “Wipe!,” “Samurai Beatdown,” and several others. Games available for the U.S. and U.K. markets are priced from $0.49 / £0.40 for “Fuel Tiracas” to $7.49 / £5.89 for “incurvio.” The Japanese Playstation Mobile is getting all of the games available for the U.S. / U.K. market, as well as a list of exclusive games.

Playstation Mobile is available in Japan, Australia, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany, and Italy.

If you have a certified device and cannot access new games yet, you may need to update your PlayStation app on Android to get access to Playstation Mobile.

A Mobile SDK is expected in November in order to allow developers to add new titles to the store for Mobile and Vita users. The expansion of the titles, as well as plans to allow access to devices from Fujitsu and Sharp will help to grow the platform in the coming months.

Source: Android Police, PSN Stores