Posts Tagged ‘Xperia Play’

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Good news for Xperia Play owners! Lara Croft is finally being ported over onto Androids, but only for the Xperia Play. Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, which is available on the Xbox360, PS3, PC and iOS devices, will hit the Android phone this year. More »

From Ziggytek: Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Play will be released in AT&T; on September 18. More »

A Minecraft-themed Xperia Play popped up last week that caught many eyes. The only downer was that it seemed to be only obtainable through a competitive eBay auction. Well, slightly better news has been announced for it seeing as Sony Ericsson has revealed that you can have a chance to win one of your own absolutely free with a simple retweet. More »

Amazon Wireless brings heat to its competition, since it is now offering the Xperia Play for the low price of $99.99 (with the standard two-year contract). More »

Sony fans, PlayStation fans, get ready to go crazy! The Xperia Play, which is Sony Ericsson’s first attempt at a game phone will show up on US soil next week after being out in Europe for a while now. More »

From Ziggytek: Apparently, PlayStation One game downloads are so grimly low on the Android Market that they are only occurring in the hundreds. Some suspect that this is because PS1 games can be purchased for many other devices. However, people have gone to such lengths as hunting for another gamer on Dungeon Defenders Second Wave to play with in a game of Xperia PvP, but were unable to. More »

The 2-in-1 gadget that Sony created, the Xperia Play can be used to play 60 different games. The device, however, isn’t out in the US. The device is hosted on the Verizon network, so current games include Cool Boarders 2, MediEvil, Destruction Derby, Jumping Flash, and Syphon Filter. Many big names in mobile gaming (Electronic Arts, Gameloft, and Glu Mobile) have jumped on the Play bandwagon, sensing profits to be made More »

Those who reside in the UK should be quite excited in “a matter of weeks” because it’s been made sure by Sony Network Entertainment’s COO, Shawn Layden, that their platform Music Unlimited would arrive to PSPs in the UK area from his interview with Eurogamer. The good news doesn’t stop because the platform should also come to the Xperia Play and NGP in later 2011. More »

Gameloft have released some good news concerning the sequel to their great 3D FPS game N.O.V.A 2. That’s because the game will be exclusive to the Xperia Play for one month before becoming available to other supported devices. More »

From Htcyou:

A delay for the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play has been confirmed by UK carrier O2 after some bugs were found in the software. They announced the delay after having “found some bugs in the software that, if they’re not fixed, means customers won’t have a great experience.” According to the head of O2’s testing team, Stuart Hibberd, by the time Sony Ericsson has tweaked the firmware, the gaming smartphone will have already missed the previous April 1 launch date. More »

It has been announced by Sony that the Playstation Phone, under the official name of the Xperia Play, will be released in March this year. This will feature a 5.0 megapixel camera and a 4 inch multi-touch display. Peter Farmer, Head of Marketing for North America, Sony Ericsson, said “Xperia PLAY combined with the power of the Verizon Wireless network gives you everything you need in a smartphone and the one thing you want – the ultimate gaming experience.” More »

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