If you own a PlayStation-certified Sony Xperia Android handset, it looks like your wallets might be on the verge of getting lighter. Sony has officially announced that come 3rd of October, they will be launching the PlayStation Store for PlayStation Mobile. Basically this will give users with PlayStation-certified devices access to the store where they will be able to purchase PlayStation Mobile games. Not everyone will be getting access to the store at launch and only countries such as the US, Canada, the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Australia will be the lucky few.
We expect more countries to be added to the list at a later date, but for those living in the countries listed above, you will have 30 games to choose from to download, with more hopefully being added in the future. Interestingly for those living in Japan where Fujitsu and Sharp smartphones are abundant, Sony has also revealed that selected Fujitsu and Sharp smartphones will also be granted PlayStation certification so you guys will also be able to access the PlayStation Store without having to own a Sony device.
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