There is a thing called Minecraft Anywhere, which is not exactly something that lets you play Minecraft Anywhere. It's a marketing gimmick. A silly one, but a clever one, too!
In this video, two men are playing a game of FIFA. Or maybe Pro Evo. Doesn't matter, since they're not really playing what's on the screen. They're controlling real men playing a real game of football.
For a while now, Sony and Ericsson have teamed up to run a mobile phone company. That company released the Xperia Play, a device we used to call the PlayStation phone. Today, Ericsson is selling up its side of the business to Sony.
Sony's looking to expand its PlayStation game offerings to other mobile devices, Sony Computer Entertainment chief Kaz Hirai told a conference in Hong Kong on Friday.
If you build it, there's a chance you might meet her. Actress / comedian Kristen Schaal wants you to show her how beautiful Minecraft on the Xperia Play can be. In exchange, you might just get to find out how adorable she is up close.
Arriving in AT&T stores on September 18 for $49.99 with a two-year agreement, Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play 4G comes in an exclusive color pre-loaded with seven hot games. Unfortunately it also comes with AT&T service.
I like Minecraft's retro, blocky graphics. They work. But man, this phone is hideous.
Minecraft - Pocket Edition hits the Android Xperia Play today exclusively for $6.99 with later Android versions hitting in the near future. The best part? Staying true to their roots, the game's first version is an alpha build.
The Xperia Play, Sony Ericsson's first PlayStation-branded phone, hasn't exactly set the world on fire. Mostly because, for a PlayStation Phone, there aren't many PlayStation games on it.
Late last month, Nintendo slashed the price of the 3DS. As website The Register asked, is this impacting other hardware, like the PlayStation Phone?
We've all seen the picture, now let's drool over how well MineCraft Pocket Edition runs on the Xperia Play.
Kristen Schaal's web ads were the highlight of the launch of the Xperia Play, the device previously referred to as the PlayStation Phone. Sony Ericsson prolongs the magic with a series of outtakes from the actress and comedienne's commercial shoot.
Markus "Notch" Persson tweeted a picture today of his popular PC game Minecraft running on the Xperia Play. The game, it seems, is set to be shown off during E3 on the Sony Ericcson device. Developer Mojang also confirmed to Kotaku this morning, that it will be appearing on Android before iPhone. [@notch]
What's that I spy in this email from Sony Ericsson? Could it be Minecraft?
The Xperia Play, Sony Ericsson's first PlayStation-certified phone, has been out in Europe for a little while now. Americans wanting in on the action? Your wait is almost over.
The big selling point of the Xperia Play, Sony's first mobile phone to run its PlayStation Suite of handheld games, is the fact users can download PS1 games. So it's a little weird that nobody seems to be doing that.
The Xperia Play, Sony Ericsson's first mobile platform making use of the PlayStation Suite, has seen part of its UK release delayed after a telcom provider found several bugs in the phone's software.
Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play is more than just a mobile phone. It's a gaming device powerful enough make loveable actress and comedienne Kristen Schaal transform into a dwarf, get possessed by the devil, and play with herself.
This year's Taipei Game Show recently wrapped up. And while it's short on breaking news when compared to the Tokyo Game Show or the E3 gaming expo, it does look like a grand time.