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Sony Ericsson Xperia Play Review *Brutal Gamer*

The mobile games market has exploded in recent years, as the increasing convenience and quality of gaming on the go gives bored gamers everywhere the opportunity play through their commutes, flights, and even DMV lines. However, as good as many touch screen games have become, they have definite disadvantages in both the mechanics of gameplay and the relative quality of the games. Let’s face it, a touch screen is cool, but it can only take you so far. Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Play seeks to finally brings gamers what they really want: a high quality phone that gives you a true gaming experience. Can the Xperia Play stand up to those lofty expectations, or is it just another way to pass the time in line?

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Sony patent suggests Xperia Play with dual keyboards, it's slidingly slidable

Engadget - Okay, so maybe physical keyboards were a bigger deal back in 2010 when this thing was filed, or maybe -- just maybe -- we'll one day see an Xperia Play smartphone with both a gamepad and a full QWERTY counterpart. A patent for such a contraption was just granted to Sony by the USPTO, which stakes its claim for a device with two sliding mechanisms in addition to the display.

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Reckless Racing 2 with real cars made possible by Sony

MobileBliss: Sony have teamed up with Pixelbite, a full-size RC maker, to re-create a game of Reckless Racing 2 with "real" cars.

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OnLive now fully supports the Xperia Play

Engadget - Earlier this month, the good folks at OnLive released apps for both iOS and Android, granting mobile access to its cloud gaming service. However, its implementation was incomplete -- there was no support for the Xperia Play's slide-out controls.

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THC CELL4449d ago

I have tried this out and its not really that bad.