Good grief. Shots taken from the latest edition of Stuff appear to show the mythical Sony Ericsson PSP phone in all its glory. How lovely it is. Assuming you find FRANKENDEVICES lovely, that is. Whoever supplied the shots didn’t provide any details, so prizes to the first person to grab a copy of the magazine and do some typing. Providing you can stop laughing and vomiting, obviously.
Nintendo announces SNES Classic pre-loaded with an incredible list of bangers, including the never-released Star Fox 2
Nintendo reveals SNES mini loaded with classic RPGs and a ton of other incredible titles.
Finally Europe gets a decent special edition.
Arms’ first update delivers on promised spectator mode.
All those little pieces of weekend news. OCD sufferers could go spare. We’re here, luckily.
New shots and a couple of reviews were released for Sony’s PSP phone, and according to the benchmark tests, the pre-release XPERIA Play has 1 GHz of processing power, similar to HTC’s Desire HD.
Sony has announced its finalized its mobile business integration, and after purchasing Ericsson’s 50% stake in the mobile arm of the firm, the phone-end of the business shall hence be known as Sony Mobile Communications.
Sony Ericsson has made two more Xperia handsets become PlayStation Certified in Japan at least. The introduction of the Xperia Acro and the Xperia Arc in the country will join Xperia Play in the PS Certified range. Updates are going out via NTT DoCoMo that will enable handsets to download PS Suite games. More details […]