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PlayStation Mobile now live on Vita and 'Certified' Android devices

JC Fletcher, @jcfletcher
October 3, 2012
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Sony has launched its PlayStation Mobile store, ending the speculation and secrecy around the service. The PlayStation Mobile store is now selling cross-platform games across PlayStation Certified devices (including the Vita and a few Android phones and tablets) in the "US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Japan, and Australia," according to developer Vlambeer, with more countries on the way.

In short, of course, this means Super Crate Box is now available on your Vita. On the Vita, the store is surprisingly easy to find (see above); if you're on an Android phone, you'll have a few more steps to deal with. In any case, there's now an easier way to develop games for publication on Sony devices.



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