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Sony has been working for quite a while now to bring its PlayStation brand to mobile devices. The work began last year, when the company announced the PlayStation Suite, which would be a program to bring PS games to Sony Android devices, and eventually allow third party manufacturers to bring PlayStation gaming to non-Sony devices.
During Sony's keynote at the E3 gaming expo, Sony announced that the PlayStation Suite would be rebranded as PlayStation Mobile, though it will still offer the same options for manufacturers to license the PlayStation branding on Android devices. And, even more interesting, Sony unveiled its first partner for PlayStation Mobile, "HTC". This actually fits well with rumors that we had heard about HTC putting out PlayStation-certified devices in the second half of this year.
They are joining the already supported One X, One S and One V bringing the number of PlayStation Mobile-certified HTC devices to six. Sony requires all HTC smartphones except the One V to run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in order to enjoy the game store.
ASUS has just Officially announced that all its Transformer Pad tablet is Now Playstation Certified, That's mean if you have a Transformer Pad or an Infinity Pad you'll be able to run any Playstation Mobile Game.
All new ASUS tablets pack a Tegra 3 Quad-Core CPU which mneas you can also access all TegraZone Games from NVIDIA too beside the Sony Playstation mobile Games.
ASUS joins HTC and Wikipad in being one of the few Android manufacturers besides Sony to have access to these games. ASUS tablets is becoming the number one choice for mobile gaming enthusiasts.
February 22, the launch day for the North American version of the the PlayStation Vita is drawing near and Sony has now announced a new version for those who'd like to buy the console on the day of the launch.
If you want to get your hands on the PlayStation Vita a bit early, then you can opt for the previously announced First Edition Bundle. Although it will cost you 50 bucks more over the standard 3G model, you will get the console a week in advance, along with a 4GB memory card, limited edition PSVITA case, a copy of ‘Little Deviants' and upon activation of the device you'll also get AT&T DataConnect Pass and a PSN game, making it the best value of all the bundles. If you're in no hurry and want to spend the least, then you should go for the base Wi-Fi model that costs $249.99.
This limited edition Launch Bundle comes with the 3G/Wi-Fi version of the PlayStation Vita, along with a free PSN game, 8GB memory card and an AT&T DataConnect Session pass that will give you 250MB of free 3G data. The Launch Bundle will set you back by $299, which is actually a bit less than the standard 3G/Wi-Fi model, which would cost you $299.99.
Yes its Coming, Vodafone UK will offer the Sony NEW portable PS, PlayStation Vita starting from February,22. The Vita will pack some impressive hardware for a portable gaming device, It will have a 5.5-inch AMOLED screen, quad-core Cortex-A9 processor and PowerVR SGX543MP4+ onboard.
The version that Vodafone will be offering soon is the Wi-Fi + 3G version bundled with a a 4GB memory card. Price will be £279.
Looks like the PlayStation Vita OS will no be limited to that device. Sony is looking into porting the Vita OS onto smartphones and tablets, Not just this, but Sony also looking into porting current popular Smartphones apps to the Vita platform. Vita OS has been designed by Sony to be expandable and can be used for powering smartphones and tablets.
Sony deputy president Kunimasa Suzuki said that they will be putting in energy in building up the PlayStation Suite for this very purpose. They may not be in a hurry to port it over on to other platforms right now but it is certainly something they could do down the line.
There is no Official word yet on Sony next Gaming console or as it named currently named "PlayStation 4", rumors and leaks are getting started as the device is coming next year 2013 on E3.
First, It has the new name. it will be called "Play Station Orbis", it is not yet clear if sony will use this Name to market the 4th generation console or "Orbis" is just a codename for the product on the development stages. The word "Orbis" itself, from Latin, means circle, or ring, or even orbit.
The Console specifications leaked shows its CPU and GPU type:
- AMD x64 CPU
- AMD Southern Islands GPU
These processors enable the console to display Orbis games at a resolution up to 4096x2160 and in 3D as well, as Sony looking to bring 3D-Gaming support to the PS4. Sadly, PlayStation Orbis will drop the ability to play PS3 games which is sad for playstation fans who will have to purchase all their favorite games again to be able to run it on the Orbis.