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Preorder an Xperia Z3 and get DriveClub for PS4 free

As if the Sony Xperia Z3 itself wasn't already an incentive enough for you, Sony is offering a free digital copy of the racing game Driveclub for PS4 when you purchase their latest flagship device. The game, which has garnered mostly positive reviews since it was released last year, will be given as a bonus if you buy the smartphone within a certain period. The Xperia Z3 will be pre-selling from October 14-28 before it becomes officially available through T-Mobile by October 29.

PlayStation Mobile outs Entwined game for Android

Sony Mobile's Entwined game is new for Android but this relaxing game has been around for PlayStation.  There’s not much action except for controlling the two characters, a blue bird and an orange fish, down a circular tunnel. It’s not often that we come across a simple game that is not addicting so I think this one is special.

Sony PS4 Remote Play feature now ported to Android

The rationale behind the Sony’s PS4 Remote Play feature was that the user would be able to play his PS4 games anywhere, provided that the place had a decent enough WiFi connection or LTE coverage. But more than that, said user had to own a Sony Xperia Z3 to be able to use the feature as it was only released to the current Sony Xperia flagship. Of course, the good people at XDA won’t let that get in their way.

PS4 Remote Play port now allows feature on all Xperia devices

One of the big things about the Xperia Z3 family that Sony announced at IFA 2014 – that is the Xperia Z3 flagship device, the Xperia Z3 Compact, and the Xperia Z3 Tablet – is the PS4 Remote Play feature. Short version is that the feature allows you to play your registered PS4 games using your Xperia device as the screen – provided that everything is connected to very reliable internet connections.

Sony to discontinue PlayStation Mobile for Android devices

It’s a sad day indeed for mobile gamers as Sony has announced that they will not be supporting anymore the PlayStation Mobile app for Android devices that are running the latest versions. This is probably part of their move to strengthen their gaming handheld devices, particularly the PS Vita and others like it, instead of allowing those with smartphones to access the games.
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