On June 17, 2015, we released the last PlayStation Mobile game. It’s called Oh, Deer! Alpha and it’s an aggressively odd driving game about hitting as many or as few deer with your station wagon as possible on your way to grandma’s house.
Sony Japan announced today it's ending the PlayStation Mobile service. After July 15, no new paid content will be added to the store, and after September 10, you won't be able to re-download any purchases. No word yet on how this impacts the service outside Japan.
If anyone can make indie games, then where are the Black and Latino people? Developer Shawn Allen—one of the relative few people of color independently spearheading the creation of their own games—gave a talk at New York University's Game Center that looks at the dearth of diversity in the video game creator talent…
Treachery in Beatdown City looks like it could be something special. The indie game from Shawn Alexander Allen is promising a fusion of strategic, tactical combat and side-scrolling brawling. In addition to the intriguing genre mash-up, Allen wants to give players a far more diverse cast of playable characters than…
Shawn Allen is a restless game developer. And a hungry one. Growing up on welfare will do that to you. But growing up on welfare isn't enough to hold Shawn Allen back. In fact, soon, you might finally play one of his games.
As of July 23rd, Square Enix has released its popular RPG, Chaos Rings, to the PlayStation Mobile section of the PlayStation Store, where it can be downloaded and played on smartphones, tablets, and the PS Vita.
According to a Famitsu leak, Tokyo Jungle is apparently headed to PlayStation Mobile for Android, complete with a new overhead view. Reportedly, it will be out July 10 and will initially be priced at 300 yen in Japan.
Some games nearly make me miss my subway stop. Some games tempt me to keep on playing them while I'm walking down the street. This is one of them.
Originally, the Wikipad—an Android tablet with a custom controller dock—was supposed to come out last Halloween. But October 31st came and went with no Wikipads in any store anywhere. But the hybrid portable is alive and will be showing up in a smaller, less expensive form this spring.
Earlier this week Sony unleashed 20 (mostly) new games on PlayStation Mobile, the new indie game delivery platform for the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation Certified devices. That's a lot of games to take in all at once, so we did it for you.
Available today on the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation certified mobile devices, PlayStation Mobile brings a selection of fine indie games to a whole new platform. On the Vita it's just a tab in the PlayStation Store. On the Xperia Ion it looks something like this.
Sony's mobile gaming push goes live today, making the PlayStation Vita much more attractive and justifying the purchase of PlayStation Certified Android devices with 21 bite-sized games. Let's see what's in store!
While the majority of the 20 or so titles launching tomorrow for the PlayStation Mobile platform on Android and PlayStation Vita remain up in the air, the ones I know for certain — Eufloria and this, Beatnik Games' side-scrolling rhythm action game Samurai Beatdown — are certainly worth the price of admission.