This summer, Sony will pull the plug on its PlayStation Mobile service, deleting around 400 video games and making people regret buying an Xperia phone.
After taking a couple of weeks off for the holiday season, the PlayStation Mobile Festive Giveaway promotion resumes this week with two more free games for Vita and PlayStation Certified device owners, Rock Boshers DX and Bike Rider DX.
The fourth title in Sony's PlayStation Mobile free game givaway is live, allowing folks with a PlayStation Vita or PlayStation-certified mobile device to download side-scrolling shooter Aqua Kitty: Milk Mine Defender free of charge for the next week.
Into week three of the PlayStation Mobile free games giveaway promotion and the gratis offering for the next seven days is the addictive puzzle game, Cubixx. As the PlayStation Mobile service moves closer to a full-scale launch, Sony is working to spread awareness of the service’s offerings by, well, giving away half a dozen free titles.
Now that the PlayStation Vita has brought proper two-stick control to the portable market, it’s only appropriate that we start to see a few more first-person shooters popping up on the device. Gun Commando is such a title and, unexpectedly, it’s a PlayStation Mobile game with classic 8-bit graphics. Look for it to launch on Jan. 23.
Sony is giving away one PlayStation Mobile game per week, starting yesterday with a free copy of Samurai Beatdown for anyone with a PlayStation Vita or PlayStation Certified Device. A “two birds with one stone” kind of promotion, this move will likely have the double benefit of introducing gamers to the PlayStation Mobile platform, as well as build good will among customers with six free games to enjoy.
In video games, the player is usually the one trying to survive a haunted house. In SFB Games' newly released PlayStation Mobile title, Haunt the House: Terrortown, the roles are actually reversed. Instead of being terrified by countless spooks, this time around the player takes control of the neighborhood ghost, bent on scaring everyone else out of town.
Lemmings, the game all about sacrificing your helpless minions in the name of progress and puzzle solving, makes its way to the PlayStation Mobile platform today, compatible with all certified phones, tablets and the PlayStation Vita.
The PlayStation Mobile library continues to slowly grow and, starting yesterday, Heavy Spectrum’s Puzziball joined those ranks, bringing classic ball maze gameplay to the market with some new, videogamey twists.
With absolutely nothing resembling pomp, circumstance or fanfare, Sony last night finally launched its PlayStation Mobile service for the PlayStation Vita, PS certified Android phones and tablets. With the goal of offering PlayStation-like experiences on mobile devices, the original batch of releases includes one app and a handful of 20 new games to play.
The Tokyo Game Show announcements keep pouring in, this time pertaining to PlayStation Mobile, Sony’s latest initiative to push content to mobile devices, tablets and the PlayStation Vita. Some question marks still surround the service but, thanks to a recent TGS announcement, we now know we only have to wait until Oct. 3 to have said questions answered.
The Wikipad gaming tablet is coming out this fall and will be featured at major retail chains including GameStop. The tablet isn't just a typical tablet, though, and sports a very innovative slip-in/slip-out analog controller set so you can play your mobile games with full dual-analog control support.
Valve doesn't have any plans to port Left 4 Dead to the PlayStation Vita but who needs 'em? One gamer has figured out a way to play the zombie shooter through their Vita anyway.