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Daxter, more PSP games re-rated for PlayStation Certified devices

The ESRB has rated Daxter, Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror, eight tables worth of Pinball Heroes and flOw for release on PlayStation Certified devices, including the Xperia Play and Sony Tablet series. It's unclear whether flOw is a port of the PSP version or the original PS3 version, but we feel safe...

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Sony's Tablet S adds DualShock 3 support in Japan

Japanese users of Sony's curvy Tablet S have received an update (translated) that should come in handy for all those PlayStation games. The tablet now offers support for DualShock 3 controllers, though they must first be synced with a USB adapter cable -- sold separately. The dual-screened...

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PlayStation Suite beta starting (for Japanese devices) later on this month

Sony has announced more details about the beta for the PlayStation Suite. That's the development program (similar to Apple's App Store or Microsoft's Xbox Live Indie Games) which will allow third-party video game developers to produce games that can be released, with Sony's approval, on to the PS...

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PlayStation Store available for the one PlayStation Certified tablet

Sony's PlayStation Suite cross-platform initiative continues its gradual, piecemeal rollout, with the arrival of the PlayStation Store for PlayStation Certified devices -- a category that, as of this moment, includes the Sony Tablet S and nothing else. Eventually, it'll include the Sony Tablet P,...

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Gameloft optimizing titles for Sony tablets

Competition is healthy for a free-market economy, especially in the consumer electronics industry, and when a product quits being "the" product and becomes "a" product among many, it is ultimately the buyer who wins. At the moment, no consumer product is more the product than Apple's iPad, so...

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Sony shares price and details on PlayStation certified Tablets S and P, coming later this year

Sony has confirmed prices and dates for its two PlayStation certified tablet computers, both coming out later this fall. The Tablet S is the more traditional tablet, with one screen and 16 or 32GB of storage, and will be out in September starting at $499. But the Tablet P is the more interesting...

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Sony reveals two PlayStation Suite-compatible Android tablets

Two more PlayStation Suite-compatible devices are joining the Xperia Play in Sony's product lineup. Last night, Sony officially unveiled the S1 and S2 tablets, both running Android 3.0, and both pretty weird-looking as tablets go. The S1 is the tablet whose unconvential design was revealed...

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