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Sony Ericsson launches over 20 new games for Xperia Play

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 06 Jun 2011 21:00 User comments (3)

Sony Ericsson launches over 20 new games for Xperia Play Sony Ericsson has announced 20 new games for the Xperia Play gaming smartphone, including 10 that have been optimized for the device specifically.
There are currently 60 titles available for the Android device.

The biggest new game is probably Minecraft by Mojang.

Minecraft has 8 million registered users and the developer says 50,000 new users join each day.

List of the new Android games for the Play:

- Minecraft by Mojang
- Battlefield Bad Company 2 by Electronic Arts
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6 Shadow Vanguard by Gameloft
- Desert Winds by Southend Interactive
- Ruined by Bigpoint
- Icebreaker by NaturalMotion
- Sleepy Jack by SilverTree Media
- Cracking Sands by Polarbit
- Aramgeddon Squadron 2 by Polarbit
- Pocket Legends by Spacetime Studios
- Star Legends: The Black Star Chronicles by Spacetime Studios
- Eternal Legacy by Gameloft
- Guns ’n’Glory 2 by HandyGames
- Dungeon Hunter 2 by Gameloft
- Pocket RPG by Crescent Moon Games
- D.A.R.K. developed by Gamelab
- Samurai II: Vengeance by MADFINGER Games
- Vendetta Online by Guild Software
- Order & Chaos - Gameloft
- Happy Vikings by Handy Games
- A Ball Game by Trendy Entertainment
- Lumines by Connect2Media


All of the games will be released within the coming months.

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3 user comments

17.6.2011 6:28

This phone is going to fail like the n-gage did, especially as it will have the NGP over-shadowing it.




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27.6.2011 9:24

What a waste this is. Nothing like putting a video game system that people would traditionally keep for several years on a cell phone that people traditionally keep an average of 2, if even.

In 3-5 years, I think Sony will realise that this is a money pit.

38.6.2011 4:04

It is a dumb idea to start with...people asked for PSPhones for years and sony ignored them; even when they made the PSPgo the same size as a cell phone, they still ignored everyone...then they release an Android phone that can't even play PSP games...and then they release the NGP...still without phone capabilities (and given the carrier it is locked to, it might as well not have 3G either).

What is so hard about adding cell capabilities to the NGP, or even the PSPgo? Would the world end if Sony made something that their customers wanted?



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