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Minecraft for Xperia PLAY Arrives Today

Sony Ericsson's most fabulous Playstation-controller smartphone, the Xperia PLAY, gets a brand new game today, one that's going to bring the device up to a brand new level, one that's going to change the way the world works! And it's going to do so with some big fat pixels. It's Minecraft Pocket Edition, the mobile version of the "Fastest Growing Independent PC Gaming Franchise" (in history*) as developed by Mojang as released today exclusively on the Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY.

Xperia PLAY now $99.99 at Verizon

Everyone's favorite legendary PlayStation phone is now less than $100 at Verizon tied to a 2-year contract. This is the device we've been using to do a small mass of reviews because of its rather unique ability to play all types of games with its PlayStation-certified controller which slides out from under its display. This device also runs a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with an Adreno 205 GPU for all your sweet bright lights processing. The display is a 4-inch multi-touch above which you've got a VGA front-facing camera with a 5-megapixel camera on the back.

Tony Hawk Pro Skater Review on Xperia PLAY

I bet you never thought the day would come - it was just TOO good to be true. The greatest game on Playstation now available on your Playstation Android phone. Turns out they've still not got the game prepared for the system, but we've got you covered - an emulator combination that cannot be beat and the original Tony Hawk Pro Skater working fully well with the Playstation hardware on your Xperia PLAY! Thusly this is a review of how well that emulated game works on the system. Does it add up to be the excellence of mobile Tony Hawk, or is it still a pipe dream for future X-gamers?

Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY Just $0.01 at Amazon

This price is just about as good as it gets, folks, with a two-year contract attached, a device with the power to entertain and drive anti-productivity (or productivity if you hate awesome video games) all day long. This is the Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY aka the PlayStation phone aka the original Android 2.3 Gingerbread hero phone, and you can have it basically for free! Go Amazon go!

aPORKalypse, Pigs of Doom for Android Review [Standard and Xperia PLAY Optimized]

Today a masterpiece of pork has been released, having been previously only available for Android if you had an Xperia PLAY, now out there for everyone to take pork in - I mean part in if you love to pork puzzle games - I mean play puzzle games. This game is today's Amazon Appstore Free App of the Day and it's a game of attempting to once again save the earth, like most video games, only this time you're a pig and you're fighting against the pigs of heck. Sound like your kind of swine? Do indulge, do indulge instantly.

Android Community 101: Where do I find Xperia PLAY games?

So you've purchased your first Xperia PLAY, your first ever gamer phone, a PlayStation phone like you've never seen before. It's fabulous, the games are great, and you're having the time of your life. But wait, is this it? Aren't there any more apps to be downloaded? All I see are regular games in the Android Market, aren't there any more games that are optimized for this PlayStation controller? I can't believe I can't just click around and figure it out - Ah ha! I'll go to Android Community, they'll know!

Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY Review [Verizon]

Welcome to a real PlayStation experience. What you're dealing with here is the original Android 2.3 Gingerbread Google Phone that fell out of grace for one reason or another but definitely still shows signs that it was MADE to work with Gingerbread. It's slick and sleek, the physical buttons for the 4 Android functions are fabulous, and the combination of plastic and metal and glass in the majority of the handset are well done. But how about that PlayStation controller? Let's take a look.

Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY Hands-On and Unboxing [Verizon]

Well what do you know? We got a PlayStation phone in the mail! This device is one of Verizon's newest handsets, it being produced by Sony Ericsson and of course it being the very first and only PlayStation Certified smartphone in the world. It's running Android 2.3.2 Gingerbread, connects to data via Verizon's 3G network, and it comes in a rather unexciting box. It'll sell itself, I swear! Inside the device you'll find more than just guts, you'll find a perfectly usable set of PlayStation controls including flat joysticks, directional pad, and four PlayStation buttons. There's also a start button, a select button, and an extra Android menu button so you don't have to reach all the way up to the side of the display. Left and Right buttons are up top (behind the display when open) and a volume dongle sits in the middle. Lets get our hands on it and see how it goes!

Xperia PLAY only $99 at Amazon [CHEEP!]

Oh my goodness Amazon, you are the king of deals. This device, the PlayStation phone, aka the Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY, is listed at $599.99, but can be yours for a mere $149.99 if you're upgrading your existing Verizon account, or just $99.99 if you're signing up for a new 2-year contract. Does that sound like a pretty good and deep and fabulous discount to you? Only thing that's negative here is that the device is back-ordered, which means you'll be waiting 8 or 9 days before it'll be shipped.
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