SilverTree Media's whimsical dream-scape title, Sleepy Jack, is out now and exclusive to the Xperia Play handset for one month, Sony Ericsson has announced
There's more information via the Android Marketplace. We've included a trailer after the jump.
Sony's been curiously quiet about PlayStation Suite since the PlayStation Vita's announcement, but at a keynote overnight the company announced plans to release a new PlayStation SDK (software development kit) -- allowing developers to create PlayStation Vita compatible Android games
Sony Japan's Kissei Matsumoto briefly demonstrated the system, showing a simple multiplayer shooting game in which..
Looking to the future
In a recent interview of Android developers by Fone Home, a mobile phone site, various development studios talked about the current power of Sony’s long awaited “Playstation Phone,” the Xperia Play, and what kind of future the gaming phone holds in Sony’s portfolio. The handheld currently houses a single core processor,...
We can all get along
Upcoming dungeon genre-blender Dungeon Defenders isn't just coming to PlayStation 3: it's on the way to Windows and devices running iOS and Android, too. Developer Trendy Entertainment has just announced at Game Developers' Conference that all four platforms will be fully cross-compatible, meaning gamers on PS3, Windows, iPhone...
Every consumer electronics company right now has a tablet computer
They are hot business since Apple proved that people will buy needless, oversized electronics. So of course Sony's got something in the pipeline. A rumour on Engadget hints that Sony's actively developed a tablet touted the "S1", which will run on a custom version of Honeycomb Android, while using the Qriocity media..
So y'know all we've been hearing about the PlayStation Phone? Well PlayStation Suite is not that, though it kinda is at the same time
PlayStation Suite is PlayStation on phones and tablets. The service will provide "PlayStation content to other devices", including, of course, Android powered smart-phones. SCE top-bod Kaz Hirai noted that, "We will first emulate the first generation..
On iOS or Android
We've all been there: you're in a shop and you need the latest information about the games in front of you. Rather than trusting the folk behind the counter, you need a software intervention to help you make an informed decision, and Sony has you covered with the release of the official PlayStation app for iOS and Android devices...
As previously announced, Sony's launched a free "Official PlayStation Application" for iTunes and Android
We've just had a little play on the iOS version of the app, and it's pretty darn slick. The tool allows you to log into the PlayStation Network and check your trophies, as well as keep up-to-date with the latest news from the PlayStation Blog...
Little bit weird this one
Cool, but weird. To be honest, we're not really sure why it's weird — but you have to agree there's something a little bizarre about an official PlayStation app for iOS. The Android app makes perfect sense because Sony and Google are practically in love with each other right now — but iOS?! Maybe it's just us. Sony's...