Right on schedule, Sony's PlayStation Mobile is going live today, bringing PlayStation titles to certified devices and – of course – PS Vita.

While, at the moment, Sony's list of certified devices is limited primarily to Sony's own Android phones and tablets, more devices – including some from Fujitsu and Sharp – are expected to gain certification in the near future. HTC's One line is already on the list, with "details to be announced later on."


Here's a look at the full list.


  • Sony Tablet P
  • Sony Tablet S
  • Xperia Tablet S
  • Xperia acro HD IS12S
  • Xperia acro HD SO-03D
  • Xperia acro IS11S
  • Xperia acro S LT26w
  • Xperia acro SO-02C
  • Xperia arc SO-01C
  • Xperia GX SO-04D
  • Xperia ion LT28at
  • Xperia ion LT28i/LT28h
  • Xperia NX SO-02D
  • Xperia PLAY R800i/R800a/R800at
  • Xperia PLAY R800x
  • Xperia PLAY SO-01D
  • Xperia S LT26i
  • Xperia SL LT26ii
  • Xperia SX SO-05D
  • Xperia T LT30a/LT30h
  • Xperia TX LT29i
  • Xperia V LT25i


  • One S * Details to be announced later on
  • One V * Details to be announced later on
  • One X * Details to be announced later on

If you have a supported device and want to check out what this PS Store is all about, go right here for download and installation instructions.


The initial game lineup includes somewhere around 30 titles of various genres, some reserved solely to the Japanese launch and some for the US/UK audience, though the service is launching in nine countries including Japan, the US, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Australia, with more countries joining the list in the future. Full title list as of today:

  • Super Crate Box
  • Twist Pilot
  • Rebel
  • Fuel Tiracas
  • Aqua Kitty – Milk Mine Defender
  • Underline
  • Samurai Beatdown
  • Beats Slider
  • Hungary Giraffe
  • Tractor Trails
  • Word Blocked
  • Flick Hockey
  • Beats Trellis
  • Wipe!
  • Nyoqix
  • Magic Arrows
  • Everybody’s Arcade
  • Numblast
  • Loot the Land
  • Frederic – Resurrection of Music
  • Incurvio

Purchased games will be linked to users' PlayStation Network ID and, once purchased, can be played on any certified device.

While the PlayStation Mobile offerings may be slim right now, a Mobile SDK is expected to be released in November, allowing developers to bring their own titles to the store and to PlayStation Mobile and Vita users. For a full list of supported devices, just follow the appropriate link below.

Via The Verge, PSN Stores, Playstation Blog

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  • HellG

    Samsung, Y U NO CERTIFIE?!

    • Luis Augusto Fretes Cuevas

      Why? There's nothing worth a dime in their store. Perhaps in the future they will offer something compelling, right now, they limit themselves to lazy and cheap ports of games from the PS1 era.

      • HellG

        good point :)

      • William Dalbotten

        They have super crate box....

  • jim

    any word on transformers are getting access? i recall them getting certified.

  • jaysann22

    I'd like to see the list of games they are launching this with...

  • Nashoba Darkwolf

    Hey i have something better than this; FPSE all the way. Buddy of mine got his PS Store on the xperia and lets just say its less than stellar. Performance is good, but so far no OpenGL abilities which limits it quite a bit in terms of graphics over the FPSE emulation app. Also, the selection is pretty meh.