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Which game will you play the most in February?

Evolve
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News
 Written by Matt Swider  on January 27, 2011

News: Sony has finally unveiled its successor to PSP.





PlayStation is moving into the world of Android with the announcement of the PlayStation Suite for smartphones, tablets and the tentatively-named Sony NGP.

"Now the world of portable has undergone a huge change since the release of PSP" said Sony Computer Entertainment President and CEO Kaz Hirai at Tokyo's PlayStation Meeting. "When we released PSP, cell phone providers were unable to deliver PlayStation quality content. After 6 years, these multi-function handheld devices are ready for PlayStation-like experiences."

"The target platform of PS Suite is Android. We will also launch PlayStation Certified to perform content-quality testing in order to ensure PS quality across various devices."

source: PlayStation



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