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Posted on Wednesday, January 26 @ 22:28:24 PST by

Sony starts their Japanese presser off with a bang, introducing the PlayStation Suite.

Kaz Hirai announced the PlayStation Suite as a method of bringing the PS experience beyond the realm of PlayStation hardware. PlayStation Suite aims to emulate first generation PlayStation games for Android phones.

We've known for a while that the Xperia Play, or PlayStation Phone would run a version of Android mobile phone software, but that didn't answer all our questions.

PlayStation Suite is "hardware neutral game framework" allowing all manner of Android phones access to the style of PlayStation gaming we've been enjoying. Sony's hope is to attract as many devs as possible.

Sony is already showing art for the Tony Hawk Pro Skater series and Syphon Filter, supposedly available on the PlayStation Suite within the calendar year.

Stay tuned to see what PlayStation Suite will do to deliver games across all of those Android phone and devices, and how it'll interact with the expected Xperia Play and PlayStation Portable 2.
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