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MWC 2012: Sony confirms original content heading to the PlayStation Suite soon

Finally, some brand-new games for PlayStation-certified devices

Product: Sony Mobile news | Manufacturer: Sony Mobile
 
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Steve Walker, Sony Mobile's chief marketing officer, took to the stage at Mobile World Congress to discuss the company's Xperia NXT range of smartphones.

Between announcing the Xperia U and Xperia P smartphones, Walker mentioned that owners of PlayStation-certified handsets would soon have access to "content which has been newly created for the PlayStation Suite and PlayStation Store".

"Sony Computer Entertainment has a vision for PlayStation Suite and they will be leveraging their powerful developer relationships to bring original content through the PlayStation Suite initiative. More to come on that," Walker stated.

Since the launch of Xperia Play's PlayStation Pocket app last year, only ten titles have appeared on the service, all of which have been ports of PlayStation games.

But, Walker's comments suggest a renewed commitment to the PlayStation certification programme, which will hopefully translate into a better stocked digital store for owners of PlayStation-certified devices.
 

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James Nouch 27 February 2012
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