In addition to hitting another impressive sales milestone on mobile devices, the console version of ‘Minecraft’ has received its next significant batch of bug fixes.
The Xperia PLAY won’t be getting Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) due to stability issues. While users may miss out on a revamped interface, at least the games won’t constantly force-quit.
Sony’s ‘PlayStation Certified’ program appears to be getting a much needed boost with the news that several PSP titles will be making their way to the ‘PlayStation Phone’ and other devices.
Sony has purchased Sony Ericsson for some $1.41 Billion, making the possibility of a PlayStation Phone do-over all the more likely.
Kevin Butler, Sony’s VP of just about everything, makes his triumphant return for Sony’s new ‘Love Live Play’ ad campaign to celebrate the PS3.
The notorious Sony spokesperson Kevin Butler has apparently moved on from the company, but things may not be as simple as they seem. Read on for details.
The Game Rant team discusses Master Chief’s importance, free-to-play in ‘World of Warcraft,’ the PSN Pass, an appearance by the Green Lantern, and the newest (unofficial) version of ‘Minecraft.’
The dream of having a PlayStation Phone has come true with the Xperia Play. Is it everything we hoped it would be or is it a muddled tech nightmare? Read our review to find out.
Notch confirms controller support in the XBox 360 version of Minecraft – while also talking about pistons, mods, and a new lighting system on the PC.
With the success of ‘Minecraft’ on the PC and Mac, Mojang is working on releasing it for a whole host of mobile devices, starting with the ‘PlayStation Phone,’ the Xperia Play.
After months of speculation, confirmation and deliberation, the Xperia Play has finally been officially announced by Sony and will be available for purchase as early as March.
This week we discuss huge iOS sales, the possibility of gaming on the Apple TV, more Xperia Play and rounding it up with our weekly recommendations.
Sony’s worst kept secret in the Xperia Play, better known as the fabled PlayStation Phone, will be officially announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress.