Little bite sized games to play.

With a little bit of fanfare, the new PlayStation Mobile service launched today. Promising many smaller “entry point” experiences to the PlayStation experience, and this initial launch batch has many titles across genres from puzzle and sports to action and adventure. The full list of titles available immidiately are:

Super Crate Box Vlambeer
Twist Pilot Crash Lab
Rebel PomPom Software
Fuel Tiracas FuturLab
Aqua Kitty – Milk Mine Defender Tikipod
Underline Albino Pixel
Samurai Beatdown Beatnik Games
Beats Slider FuturLab
Hungary Giraffe Laughing Jackal
Tractor Trails Origin8
Word Blocked Quirkat
Flick Hockey Spinning Head
Beats Trellis Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Inc.
Wipe! SYNC
Nyoqix Zener Works
Magic Arrows Hamster Corporation
Everybody’s Arcade Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
Numblast Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
Loot the Land Playerthree
Frederic – Resurrection of Music Forever Entertainment
Incurvio SYNC

Prices range from a Everybody’s Arcade which is free to Incurvio, which will set you back £5.89 and many in between.

Sony have said that new games will be added every Wednesday.

So, does anything grab your attention there? We will bring our thoughts as and when we get round to playing them.

Paul founded The Vita Lounge and is the Executive Editor, but still likes to get involved with the odd piece of news or a review. 35 years young and gaming since 1990, he has a preference for Action/RPG games, Shooters, Racing Games (despite ironically not being able to drive!) and quite partial to a game of FIFA.
  • Jasper Bekema

    The hell, not available in the Netherlands 🙁

    • No news on when it will be coming either. That’s a little odd…

      • Jasper Bekema

        We still don’t have the Video section of the PSN store either.

  • CUD

    The prices should really be lower than they are but I am still considering buying Aqua Kitty and Samurai Beatdown; the latter of which is very affordable at $1.50.

    • Many of the prices are quite reasonable, but those towards the higher end are the price of some PSP games. Without playing them it wouldn’t be fair to say they weren’t worth it, but if they are only “entry point” tastes of gaming then it doesn’t seem to suggest long term keepers…

      • CUD

        Well the Australian pricing is even higher than most others, I feel the pricing of these games should be more akin to Android/iOS game prices. There’s also the case of Super Crate Box which is free to play on PC, though that doesn’t necessarily imply it isn’t worth any money but it does make me think a little more before spending money on it.