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PlayStation Mobile launches for PS Vita/Android


10:30 AM on 10.03.2012
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Sony's PlayStation Mobile has launched with twenty games, several of which are naturally cheaper on other services. Still, if you want to spend $3.49 for Super Crate Box when it's $1.99 elsewhere, the Vita's got you covered. 

Once purchased, you can use the game on up to three separate devices (check here for the full list of certified machines). The service is available in Japan, United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Australia. 

Reminds me of PS Minis, really. A bunch of mobile games that aren't worth buying because they're not priced competitively. Ah well. 

Naturally, the list of games differs between Japan and the rest of the world. Check below for the full titles.

US/UK PS Mobile games:

  • Frederic - Resurrection of Music ($3.99 / £3.19)
  • Loot The Land ($3.99 / £3.19)
  • incurvio ($7.49 / £5.89)
  • Wipe! ($1.49 / £1.19)
  • Magic Arrows ($4.99 / £3.99)
  • Everbody's Arcade (Free trial / IAP)
  • Underline ($2.79 / £2.19)
  • Nyoqix ($5.49 / £4.49)
  • Numblast ($2.99 / £2.39)
  • Super Crate Box ($3.49 / £2.79)
  • Aqua Kitty - Milk Mine Defender ($3.49 / £2.79)
  • Flick Hockey ($2.29 / £1.79)
  • Word Blocked ($1.99 / £1.59)
  • Rebel ($1.99 / £1.59)
  • Tractor Trails ($2.29 / £2.59)
  • Hungry Giraffe ($2.99 / £2.39)
  • Beats Slider ($0.79 / £0.65)
  • Fuel Tiracas ($0.49 / £0.40)
  • Twist Pilot ($3.49 / £2.79)
  • Samurai Beatdown ($0.99 / £0.79)
  • Beats Trellis ($0.79 / £0.65)

Japan PS Mobile games:  

  • Last Precious (300)
  • Numplay 10,000 (500)
  • Frederic - Resurrection of Music (400)
  • Loot The Land (400)
  • incurvio (750)
  • Wipe! (150)
  • Pleasant Feeling Leg Massage (200)
  • Shirokuro Gattsuri Tsukeru Kuma (375)
  • Magic Arrows (500)
  • Numblast (500)
  • Everbody's Arcade (Free trial)
  • Underline (275)
  • Nyoqix (550)
  • 'Merican Mail (500)
  • Eufloria (850)
  • Super Crate Box (350)
  • Aqua Kitty - Milk Mine Defender (350)
  • Flick Hockey (225)
  • Word Blocked (200)
  • Rebel (200)
  • Tractor Trails (325)
  • Hungry Giraffe (300)
  • Beats Slider (75)
  • Fuel Tiracas (50)
  • Twist Pilot (350)
  • Samurai Beatdown (100)
  • Beats Trellis (75)

 






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