First 25 games for Playstation Certified devices detailed; watch the PS Suite TGS keynote

by XB on 19th September 2011

in Games, Videos, Xperia PLAY


Jet MotoLast week we brought you news straight out of the Tokyo Games Show about the Playstation Suite SDK. We told you the PS Suite SDK will launch in November with games arriving in Spring 2012. Tucked away in the press release was also some vague news about Sony introducing content for PS Certified devices via the Playstation Store on the Playstation Network at the end of October.

We now have some further news on the latter. Famitsu has managed to get hold of a list of the first 25 titles that will launch on the Playstation Store for PS Certified devices. As we suspected some of these are already available on the Xperia PLAY (Crash Bandicoot for example), but there are some new ones too. This list is likely to be specific to Japan so we imagine it will change slightly for western consumers. You can see the full list after the jump, along with the Playstation Suite keynote from TGS. This includes the part where they show Zero Gravity being demoed on both the Playstation Vita and Xperia PLAY. As you will see, the performance across both devices is very similar.

List of 25 games on the Playstation Store for PS Certified devices

– Arc the Lad
– Addie’s Present
– Alundra
– Gunner’s Heaven
– Ganbare Morikawa-kun 2nd
– Crime Crackers
– Crash Bandicoot
– Jet Moto
– Tiny Bullets
– Destruction Derby
– Docchimo Mechamecha
– Bealphareth
– PoPoLoCrois
– Magical Dice Kids
– Everybody’s Golf 2
– MediEvil
– Rally Cross
– Wild Arms
– Wild Arms 2nd Ignition
– DEPTH
– KulaQuest
– I.Q Intelligent Qube
– Jumping Flash
– PHILOSOMA
– XI[sai]

PS Suite TGS keynote

  • Anonymous

    This is fantastic news! Sony are finally thinking right.

    I always said that Sony Ericsson should benefit more from the huge technology Sony offers, I mean a mother should take better care of her children.

    So with the Bravia engine, Exmor R, great designs and colors and now having a new world of gaming by officially supporting ps games on the xperia play, I’d say the future looks brighter!

    Congrats for all Xperia play owners! Because this is indeed amazing news for them. It’s official the Xperia play is the best gaming phone today, supporting both android and soon ps games.

    Kudos for Sony!

  • Mehdi Moha

    HIP HIP HURAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa
    FANTASTIC sonyericsson ,
    you should did it sooner , i had xperia mini pro … ,but i forgat the past , cause i belive that sony ericsson raised again , now SE is rely alive , i forgat the past and now and so many of my friends have xperia play.

    now SE caan be #1 in the world , just keep moving on , WE , AS CUSTOMER , JUST NEED YOUR #1 UPDATES.

    ================================================
    i’m in love with my beauty xperia play :)

  • Asad Mulla

    Good news I got Sony Tablet S and there is no way of adding more PS games. I can only have the preinstalled Crash bandicoot and pinball madness. I want more PS Games. 

  • PSXperia rules!

    Have you tried the ISO converter that is used for the PLAY?

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1201532

  • Asad Mulla

    Thanks for that I will try it out later.

  • Asad Mulla

    Having a look through this it looks promising. Althoug saying that I did try  Need for speed (xperia play version) and it didn’t work. But at the time I didn’t know about the link so I will try it according to there way later.

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  • Matthew Twin

    I dont understand, does this mean we will be getting the playstation store on xperia play??? **scratches head** lol. Hmmmmm.

  • Oheddie

    I can happily wait until Christmas for
    Playstation Suite to finally arrive on Xperia Play. But it is
    ridiculous that the d-pad, face buttons, shoulder, start and select
    buttons still don’t allow texting or email operation for inputting
    text with the virtual keyboard, like every other current Playstation
    branded device does (eg PSP or PS3).

    I primarily choose this excellent
    handset because I assumed it could do that at the very least; as I
    really hate touchscreen input for text, as my large man size hands
    hit more mistakes than inputs.

    Everything else about the phone has
    been great so far, but for text & email it is useless compared to
    my previous P1i and P900 handsets.

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