Playstation Mobile Now Up And Running On PlayStation Certified Devices
It’s been awhile since we’ve heard anything about PlayStation Mobile, the Sony-curated games marketplace for all PlayStation Certified devices. Despite Sony not telling us much about it for the last few weeks, it’s not all of a sudden up and running. If you have a PlayStation Vita, or any of the various Android phones bearing a PlayStation Certified badge (the full of list of which can be found here), you can go check out the launch title offerings for PlayStation Mobile now.
The launch lineup is pretty impressive with over 30 games on offer, many of which are from major developers. They’re cheap, too, with the cheapest offering coming in at just $0.80 in the United States. Overall, the PlayStation Mobile titles seem like a cut above the usual mobile game fare, which makes sense considering the service is curated by a company with plenty of experience curating video game platforms.
Unfortunately, the list of PlayStation Certified devices is still pretty slim right now, being mostly restricted to all the recent Sony gear (of course), and a couple HTC models like the One X and One S. Everyone else on Android will likely be able to get PlayStation Mobile via some hackery in the next couple days, but official support won’t be available to any of you Samsung or Nokia owning folks for the foreseeable future.