PlayStation Mobile Launches Today With 21 Exciting Games

Sony's mobile gaming push goes live today, making the PlayStation Vita much more attractive and justifying the purchase of PlayStation Certified Android devices with 21 bite-sized games. Let's see what's in store!

Rolling out across Australia, Japan, the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy and Spain today, PlayStation Mobile is a platform that brings the sort of games you'd find on the iPhone to the Vita. For PS-Certified Android device owners, it's an infusion of fresh material such as Super Crate Box, Samurai Beatdown and FuturLabs' Beats Slider -- fun, quirky and musical goodness.

Want a full list? Here we go.

Super Crate Box Vlambeer
Twist Pilot Crash Lab
Rebel PomPom Software
Fuel Tiracas FuturLab
Aqua Kitty – Milk Mine Defender Tikipod
Underline Albino Pixel
Samurai Beatdown Beatnik Games
Beats Slider FuturLab
Hungry Giraffe Laughing Jackal
Tractor Trails Origin8
Word Blocked Quirkat
Flick Hockey Spinning Head
Beats Trellis Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Inc.
Wipe! SYNC
Nyoqix Zener Works
Magic Arrows Hamster Corporation
Everybody's Arcade Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
Numblast Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
Loot the Land Playerthree
Frederic – Resurrection of Music Forever Entertainment
Incurvio SYNC

Once purchased, each game can be installed on up to three devices. Vita owners will find a PlayStation Mobile tab in the PlayStation Store. Certified device owners will need to download a free dedicated PlayStation Mobile for Android app.

I've got an Xperia phone on loan, so as soon as I can grab the app I'll be poking about to see what's what in PlayStation Mobile.

Welcome To PlayStation Mobile [PlayStation Blog Europe]


Comments

    I didn't buy a vita for crappy mini games or old playstation games.

    dafuq srsly.

      There's 50-odd Vita games out in what you could term a "launch window", roughly the same as the WiiU, although it's a longer period.

      There's an extensive back catalogue of PSP games for those that didn't buy a PSP, or for those awesome games that stand the test of time.

      There's PS minis, shared between the PSV and the PS3.

      There's a batch of HD-remasters/collections and cross-buy games coming up.

      There's support for PSX games like Final Fantasy VII.

      And now, there's cross support for the PlayStation Mobile suite, which isn't just a Vita thing - it's also for Sony-approved phones.

      In short, there's a bucketload of choice, and a huge variety of game types and production values and price points for PSV owners.

      Working on any one of these does not mean that the others aren't also being worked on.

      What are you complaining about?

    Don't be fooled by everybodys arcade, they say its free but after you install it you gotta pay $5 per diffrent addon for it

    Wow Updated and can't find the PS one Classics.... Brilliant

    My excitement over the Playstation Suite diminished significantly when they renamed it and removed the planned PS3 support. I really wanted an XNA equivalent.

    Wait...what happened to all of the PS1 games that were available in the store before the update?

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