Japanese technology giant Sony is again lowering its projected sales for its newest handheld video game console Vita for the second time this fiscal year, the company announced last week. Sony originally forecasted to sell a combined 16 million units of the PlayStation Vita and its outgoing predecessor PlayStation Portable (PSP) systems. Despite the company’s
Tokyo-based major video game company, Sony has just launched its brand new service called PlayStation Mobile – an online store that piles various game titles for selected Android phones, PS Vita and Xperia devices. This latest store app officially launched on Wednesday, exclusively in nine countries including Australia, Italy, Japan, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, US
Reports starting surfacing yesterday that Sony was considering moving the Playstation Vita operating system to mobile phones. Sony has been steadfast in their support of the Android operating system. While Sony Ericsson Android devices didn’t get the focus and push that Samsung, HTC, Motorola and LG in the United States they are very popular overseas.