Sony has decided to follow in Nintendo’s footsteps by announcing today that the company is planning to bring 10 Playstation games to Android and iOS devices. It’s a bit odd to say that Sony is following Nintendo as this isn’t Sony’s first time in the smartphone gaming scene at all. The company had the Xperia Play Android gaming phone, and also had the Playstation Mobile store where Android users could purchase games for Xperia devices, some of which were Playstation titles.
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Sony Playstation certified devices have some new titles available for purchase through the Playstation Store. In total there appears to be seven new games including the rather awesome original Silent Hill game that freaked people out playing it back in 1999 on the Playstation One.
The fine folks over at XDA have a little treat today for those of you who own an Xperia X10 but want to be able to have the Xperia Play’s Playstation’s certification and suite on your phone so you can play those Playstation games. It is now possible to port it over to your X10.
Apparently Sony is considering bringing their Playstation Suite to other non-Sony and Sony Ericsson devices according to reports surfacing. SCE chairman Kaz Hirai mentioned yesterday that third-party Android devices could soon see the Playstation Suite available to them.
Sony’s dual-core tablet, amazingly named the Tablet S, has just received the Playstation Store which means anyone who happens to own a Tablet S now has access to Playstation One games to buy, download and play on their spiffy new Sony tablet.