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El emulador PlayStation PSX4Droid, retirado de Android Market

José Mendiola
March 31, 2011
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Google ha retirado de Android Market el emulador PSX4Droid que permitía disfrutar de los clásicos de la PlayStation en tu móvil Android. No se sabe específicamente el motivo, pero Google alude a una "violación de la política de contenidos", sin dar más detalles. Sin embargo, los de Mountain View han tardado ocho meses en retirar la aplicación, lo que nos lleva a pensar que la inminencia del Xperia Play -que por cierto, analizamos hace unos días- puede estar detrás de esta maniobra.

El misterio en torno a esta medida aumenta cuando comprobamos que otros emuladores como SNesoid (SNES), GameBoid (GameBoy) o FPSe (PlayStation) se mantienen en la tienda sin problemas, lo que nos indica que hay "algo más" que se nos escapa.

[Vía Joystiq y Mobiputing]





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