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HTC and PlayStation Mobile team up for free games through February

If you're been looking for some good free Android games and happen to own an HTC phone, then your search may be over. HTC and PlayStation Mobile have announced that they've teamed up to bring Android users a handful of free games throughout the month of February. There will be a new game to download every week, and the companies have chosen to make Cubixx free for the first week.

Three new HTC devices gain PlayStation Certification

The PlayStation Certified train continues to roll on, but it seems that HTC is the only other company interested in a ride. Aside from a number of Sony devices, only HTC handsets have been PlayStation Certified, and today nothing is changing - we're only getting word of three additional HTC devices that have been given PlayStation Certification. According to AndroidGuys, the HTC One X+, One S, and One V have all become PlayStation Certified.

Sony adds Playstation Mobile games support for ASUS tablets and WikiPad

Gamescom 2012 is currently underway in Germany, and Sony is busy making a few announcements that mostly won't effect Android. Some however will, and we have good news for those looking to play classic Playstation games on Android. Sony has just announced that Playstation Mobile (previously Playstation certified) access will be available for ASUS tablets like the powerful Transformer Prime.

Sony Xperia S gets access to the PlayStation Store

This ought to be a no-brainer for any high-end Sony phone, but the company's new Xperia S flagship now has access to the PlayStation Store. The international phone didn't launch with the capability, which has been available to other Sony phones and tablets for some time, most notably the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play. Currently there's less than twenty original PlayStation games, almost all of which are considerably more expensive than most 3D games in the Google Play Store.