PlayStation Suite

PlayStation Mobile hardware range grows with new Xperia phone, tablet

Sony has announced a new tablet and a new smartphone today, both of which are PlayStation certified – that is, compatible with Sony’s PlayStation Mobile platform.

8 years ago

PlayStation Suite headlines

  • PlayStation Mobile adds Asus and Wikipad to hardware partners

    Sony has announced two new hardware partners for its PlayStation Mobile platform, Asus and Wikipad. The latter is of particular interest to gamers as it is being billed as the first true gaming tablet, complete with a detachable controller. Other devices supported by PlayStation Mobile – which was previously known as PlayStation Suite, and certifies […]

    8 years ago
  • PlayStation Suite goes into open beta

    As promised, PlayStation Suite has gone into open beta. The SDK is available to get for free, but those who get the full version later in the year will be required to sign a separate contract afterwards to offer games and apps through the PS Store. During the open beta, developers will be able to […]

    8 years ago
  • PS Suite SDK to go into open beta next month, full release later this year

    Sony’s announced the PlayStation Suite, the development suite that will allow developers to bring original content to PlayStation Certified handsets and PlayStation Vita, will go into open beta next month.

    8 years ago
  • PlayStation Suite-exclusive content inbound

    Compatible Android devices will soon benefit from “content which has been newly created for the PlayStation Suite and PlayStation Store”, Sony Mobile chief marketing officer Steve Walker announced at the Mobile World Congress 2012.

    8 years ago
  • Dual Shock support added to Sony Tablet S

    Engadget reports the latest Japanese firmware update for Sony’s Tablet S added support for the PlayStation 3’s Dual Shock controllers. The controller apparently works wirelessly after initial, wired ste up and works with PlayStation Suite certified titles. Japanese gamers have been provided with a free game to celebrate the addition. The Tablet P has not […]

    8 years ago
  • Sony in "discussions" to expand PlayStation Suite platforms

    Sony is actively exploring bringing its PlayStation Suite environment to other hardware manufacturer’s products.

    8 years ago
  • Sony details November PlayStation Suite beta

    Lucky developers can get their hands on Sony’s PlayStation Suite software development kit in November – but not the Vita part.

    8 years ago
  • TGS 2011 Vita Showcase: AR, Remote Play, PS Suite, more

    The Tokyo Game Show is Japan’s first hands-on with its new star: PS Vita, which Sony credibly described as “an unprecedented interactive entertainment world”.

    9 years ago
  • Friday Shorts: The Second - Shogun nuggets, The National in Portal 2, Mega Man 3, DNF Boobtube, sales

    There’s tons of little stuff hitting the Internet to browse through, but because we love you so dearly, we’ve done the work for you. Now, where’s our thank you kiss? Ah, there it is. Good boys. You’ve been trained well.

    9 years ago
  • Yoshida "excited to see what kinds of games," small developers create for PS Suite

    Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida has said that not only as NGP been in development since “beginning of 2008,” right around the time rumors starting trickling out, but that both triple-A “short form games” are in the works for the new handheld.

    9 years ago
  • Sony Ericsson makes Xperia Play reveal official

    PlayStation Phone is finally official. Sony Ericsson chose the Superbowl as the ideal platform to debut the leaked Xperia Play advertisement.

    9 years ago
  • Sony taking an "open stance" with PS Suite expansion to other platforms

    Want to kick back and take a load off with some of your favorite PlayStation classics? Well then, buy an Android phone. (Or, we suppose, a PlayStation.)Alternatively, if you absolutely must bring your pals Cloud, Crash Bandicoot, and Car From Gran Turismo with you on the bus, you could always wait. But – based on […]

    9 years ago