Asus and Wikipad get PlayStation Certified

Asus and Wikipad get PlayStation CertifiedBack in June, PlayStation Suite became PlayStation Mobile, and HTC jumped on board the Sony gaming train.

Sony has always said that it aims to spread the PlayStation Mobile love, and now it’s added Asus and Wikipad to the not-quite-burgeoning lineup.

A PlayStation Mobile press release promises 30 new games with the “full-scale launch” in autumn. There are reportedly 56 third party developers involved in Japan and Europe, and a further 29 across the globe.

Asus’ Samsong Hu says: “As a leading enterprise in the new digital era, ASUS offers PlayStation-like gaming experiences with the convenience of its array of products. With the Transformer Pad's inclusion as a PlayStation Certified partner, we will surpass users' imaginations and change the rules of gaming."

As for the Wikipad, it’s the “first tablet to offer a patented attachable, console-quality gamepad controller”.

A WikiPad chap yells: “As we head into our upcoming launch we are partnering with the industry's leading players. PlayStation's commitment to delivering innovative entertainment experiences that captivate gamers is unparalleled and we are thrilled to partner with them.”

That reminds me, I should probably go crack open my PS Vita…

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