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Sony UK Marketing Head: Xperia Play Titles Could Top $16

Written on March 25, 2011 by B Waldorf

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"The hardware allows you to play far more complex games." --- David Hilton, Sony Ericsson UK head of Marketing

Are you excited for Sony’s Xperia Play? You’re not alone friends. However, since people are looking at a PlayStation Phone and not just your ordinary smartphone, gamers are looking forward for the titles that will bring forth the extremes of PlayStation.

Gameloft will launch 10 titles alongside the debut of the said mobile console. Guess what guys? They’re not so cheap. The prices will range from $1.50 to over $16. This announcement was according to Sony Ericsson UK head of marketing, David Hilton. There will be 50 titles expected to tap at launch, some PS1 classics and some “re-purposed for Xperia Play” from other platforms.

Hilton points out:

“The hardware allows you to play far more complex games.”

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