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    11:30 AM on 08.06.2014

    Sony is killing off PlayStation Mobile on Android

    Sony is discontinuing its support for PlayStation Mobile on Android devices, the company announced today. PlayStation Mobile launched in 2012 as a channel for developers to release games on both PlayStation Vita and PlayStati...

    Kyle MacGregor

    10:00 PM on 08.06.2013

    Ten By Eight is Japanese ESPN that'll put you in jail

    Puzzle games can be so great. Even those guys who are all like "Gunz an multiplayur orr GTFO" can't deny the simple joys of Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo or Planet Puzzle League. That said, no one knows why puzzle games can ...

    Jonathan Holmes

    8:00 AM on 07.24.2013

    Chaos Rings now available on PS Vita, PS Mobile

    The rather excellent, if originally pricey, phone/tablet RPG Chaos Rings has snuck its way onto the PlayStation Store, available for purchase on PS Mobile and PS Vita devices. Though only announced for Japan, it's already on ...

    Jim Sterling

    9:00 PM on 07.04.2013

    Tokyo Jungle Mobile coming to US next week

    Tokyo Jungle is a surreal treat, a survival game in the streets of an abandoned, wrecked Japan populated entirely by animals. How many games let you play as a Pomeranian? Word was that Tokyo Jungle would be coming to PlayStat...

    Steven Hansen

    4:30 PM on 05.10.2013

    Sony waives developer fee for PlayStation Mobile

    This week, Sony dropped its $99 PlayStation Mobile publisher license fee which strangely feels like business as usual now that the company seems committed to its new fascination with indies. I'm no developer, but as an avid p...

    Jordan Devore

    10:00 PM on 05.07.2013

    Minimalist space strategy Rymdkapsel releases tomorrow

    Indie studio Grapefrukt has been quietly working on games since at least 2009, and it definitely has a distinctive style, opting to design with the "less is more" philosophy firmly in mind. After making Tektonik for the recen...

    Darren Nakamura

    10:30 PM on 03.26.2013

    Sony is open to having paid alphas on PlayStation 4

    Speaking to Joystiq, SCEA VP of publishing Adam Boyes said that the company is generally cool with having unfinished games on its platforms so long as "[they don't] have any bugs that are completely destroying the world. "[Du...

    Jordan Devore

    9:30 PM on 03.21.2013

    Sony partners with Unity for PS4, Vita, cloud, and more

    A new strategic partnership between Sony Computer Entertainment and Unity means we're going to be seeing a lot more of the popular game engine on PlayStation hardware. Beyond the current support for PlayStation 3, this arrang...

    Jordan Devore

    5:00 PM on 02.16.2013

    A Virus Named Tom soon to infect PS Vita

    A Virus Named Tom is a quirky and clever action puzzle game about an adorable computer virus designed by a mad scientist seeking to defame the corporation that made millions off his work before unceremoniously firing him...

    Conrad Zimmerman

    10:30 AM on 11.20.2012

    PS Mobile platform now open to all developers

    Sony has launched the PS Mobile Dev Portal to help developers get started working on PS Mobile. The official SDK is available through this portal, as is the license agreement.  A fee of only $99 is required for a develop...

    Dale North

    2:50 AM on 09.22.2012

    TGS: Creepy leg touching game makes me feel pervy

    It wouldn't be a Tokyo Game Show without some kind of creepy gaming experience. This year's find is a mobile game being showcased in Sony's PlayStation Mobile pavilion. Alongside the family friendly experiences here I f...

    Dale North

    2:17 AM on 09.19.2012

    TGS: Sharp, Fujitsu join PlayStation Mobile program

    Sony's PlayStation Mobile was announced last month at gamescom, and along with that announcement it was revealed Asus, Wikipad, and HTC will be among the manufacturers that support the program. On these devices, through this ...

    Dale North