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PlayStation Mobile Week On PSNStores

Posted by on October 1st, 2012 | 5 Comments | Tags:

This Wednesday marks the launch of PlayStation Mobile and we are all sorts of excited. Throughout the week we will be posting all the launch details, tons of interviews with developers and publishers, and some hands-on impressions.

Here is a nice breakdown of all our PSM posts for easy consumption:

US Launch Lineup:

Aqua Kitty – Milk Mine Defender (Tikipod Limited) – $3.49
Beats Slider (Futurlab Ltd.) – $0.79
Beats Trelis (Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.) – $0.79
Everybody’s Arcade (Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.) – $0/Freemium (In App Purchases)
Flick Hockey (Spinning Head Software Ltd.) – $2.99
Frederic – Ressurection of Music (Forever Entertainment S.A.) – $3.99
Fuel Tiracas (Futurlab Ltd.) – $0.49
Hungry Giraffe (Laughing Jackal Ltd.) – $2.99
incurvio (Sync Inc.) – $7.49
Loot The Land (Playerthree Ltd.) – $3.99
Magic Arrows (Hamster Corporation) – $4.99
Numblast (Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.) – $2.99
Nyoqix (Zener Works) – $5.49
Rebel (PomPom Software Ltd.)- $1.99
Samurai Beatdown (Beatnik Games) – $0.99
Super Crate Box (Vlambeer) – $3.49
Tractor Trails (Origin8 Technologies Ltd.) – $3.29
Twist Pilot (Crash Lab) – $3.49
Underlined (Albino Pixel Ltd.) – $2.79
Wipe! (Sync Inc.) – $1.49
Word Blocked (Quirkat) – $1.99

To keep this post less cluttered, check this link for Japanese and UK games/prices



Developer Interviews:

PlayStation Mobile Developer Interview: Underline
PlayStation Mobile Developer Interview: Loot The Land
PlayStation Mobile Developer Interview: Beats Slider
PlayStation Mobile Developer Interview: Aqua Kitty
PlayStation Mobile Developer Interview: Fuel Tiracas
PlayStation Mobile Developer Interview: Super Crate Box
PlayStation Mobile Developer Interview: Samurai Beatdown
PlayStation Mobile Developer Interview: Passing Time
PlayStation Mobile Developer Interview: Hungry Giraffe
PlayStation Mobile Developer Interview: Panic!
PlayStation Mobile Developer Interview: Word Blocked



Impressions & Reviews

PlayStation Mobile Impressions: Super Crate Box, Rebel, Beat Slider, Fuel Tiracas



News:

So What Is Next For PlayStation Mobile?
We Talk All Things ‘Eufloria’ With Rudolf Kremers
PlayStation Mobile Is Live
Futurlab Tease Second PSM Project
Samurai Beatdown’s Debut Trailer Is Slice-A-Riffic
FuturLab and Laughing Jackal Each Launching Two Titles on PlayStation Mobile
Positron Coming to PlayStation Mobile This Fall
Loot The Land Coming To PlayStation Mobile
Passing Time Announced For PlayStation Mobile
PlayStation Mobile Launches October 3rd, New Partnerships With Fujitsu And Sharp Announced
Here’s Some Of PlayStation Mobile’s First Games

FAQ

Q: When does PSM launch?
A: October 3rd

Q: Which regions will have access to PSM at launch?
A: US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Japan and Australia

Q: Which Android/PlayStation devices are currently supported?
A: As of October 2nd only the following devices work (Full list with model numbers can be seen here):

  • PlayStation Vita
  • Xperia acro
  • Xperia acro HD
  • Xperia ion
  • Xperia S
  • Xperia arc
  • Xperia PLAY
  • Sony Tablet S
  • Sony Tablet P
  • HTC One S
  • HTC One X
  • HTC One V

Support has been pledged by Asus, Fujitsu and Sharp, so look for more devices in the future.

Q: How many devices can I have my PSM games on?
A: 3

Q: How do I get the PSM app on my device?
A: If it is not preinstalled, try this link: http://www.playstation.com/psm/store/en.html


  • http://E-mpire.com/ Omnistalgic

    PSM looking like a good reason to pick up my Vita…still want a price drop though, or at least a better bundle deal…

  • Oniros

    Finally this made it to the Xperia Play!

  • RICHIE

    WHY NO FREE GAMES??? IF NOT THEN THIS WILL FAIL, WHERES ANGRY BIRDS, THEY SHOULD TAKE TIPS FROM ANDROID AND IOS GAMES, WHICH ARE GOOD FREE GAMES, ALSO AVAILABLE..

  • Yunalesca

    Y U no Samsung ? :c

  • WorcesterRaider

    Thanks for all of the news you have been providing!!! I am sure more games are to come…maybe free games as well, however, I am not a fan of pay to win games or “freemium” games.