Need even more games while you're out and about? Starting October 3rd, you can get dedicated game content for Android devices through the PlayStation Store while November sees the start of PlayStation Plus and the Instant Game Program for the Vita.
In a blog post out of the Tokyo Game Show, Sony laid out the details for PlayStation Plus membership on the Vita which gets one of the better features from the console version, Instant Game Collection, allowing subscribers free access to a regularly updated list of full games for the duration of the membership. It'll also carry over the same discounts on downloadable titles, and a gig of cloud storage for Vita game saves and DLC.
Sony's offering firming up their commitment to their mobile offerings for Android and PS-certified devices through the PlayStation Store. The program will launch on October 3rd in nine countries with 30 new titles (approximately) as Sony partners with Fujitsu and Sharp as part of their PlayStation Certified licensed program, bringing more smartphones and tablets to the list of available devices on which you can play Crash Bandicoot.
So what do you think of Sony's new handheld and mobile push? Is it enough to wrest that 3DS out of your hands? Or is Sony giving us too little, too late?
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