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By Miles Wolf, Senior Member on 2nd June 2012, 08:16 PM
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5th June 2012, 01:21 AM |#11  
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What's the Wap shop?

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5th June 2012, 02:36 AM |#12  
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Who cares? It's a cell phone for christ sake. A CELL PHONE.
5th June 2012, 02:59 AM |#13  
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My opinion is within a year this section will almost be dead, most of the great developers will have gone, then 6 months later this section is put into the Legacy section, Quad cores are now out, single cores are gone, no one buys Single cores anymore, I intend to buy a Asus Transformer prime rather than a new phone, I want a tablet.
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5th June 2012, 01:06 PM |#14  
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and what about some games that somy promised to us , some psp game.
also sony's marketing-snior manager has told about : just wit and see what we wanna do on xperia play ( 4 or 5 mounth before )
5th June 2012, 01:13 PM |#15  
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You already have PS SUITE!! It is just a program to allow developers to publish games to the ps store for pspocket
6th June 2012, 04:11 PM |#16  
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I say lets all take to soney for ics ti be launched to xperia play even if Xperia play looses the ps certification or what ever or they cqn just update the beta to a full working rom with camera and WiFi fix lets all submit a post on soney forum or talk duractly to them




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6th June 2012, 04:32 PM |#17  
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I predict that the Xperia Play's future will go a lot like it's present...

• Xperia Play will continue to rack up on negative press, which of course will be taken as fact by the group of total idiots I like to call the "We don't own it or know anything about it... but we'll judge it anyway!" group.

• People will hate and people will call it a failure because there seriously are people dumb enough to judge a devices validity by sales (and if you ask them, not a single one will know how many games Xperia Play has, or how well it runs with it's 'supposedly obsolete' specs).

• At the end of the day, everyone who actually owns and Xperia Play (and has something of a functional brain) will continue seeing that it gets new, impressive, high-rating games as it always has

• Other controller solutions will continue being touted as "Xperia Play killers"... and never ever reach even a third of the compatible games Xperia Play has under it's belt.
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Originally Posted by TLRtheory

I predict that the Xperia Play's future will go a lot like it's present...

Xperia Play will continue to rack up on negative press, which of course will be taken as fact by the group of total idiots I like to call the "We don't own it or know anything about it... but we'll judge it anyway!" group.

People will hate and people will call it a failure because there seriously are people dumb enough to judge a devices validity by sales (and if you ask them, not a single one will know how many games Xperia Play has, or how well it runs with it's 'supposedly obsolete' specs).

At the end of the day, everyone who actually owns and Xperia Play (and has something of a functional brain) will continue seeing that it gets new, impressive, high-rating games as it always has

Other controller solutions will continue being touted as "Xperia Play killers"... and never ever reach even a third of the compatible games Xperia Play has under it's belt.



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6th June 2012, 05:13 PM |#19  
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Who cares? It's a cell phone for christ sake. A CELL PHONE.

I just asked what will happen with some things that haven't arrived yet to our mobile, I didn't say something like others say as "OH GOD WHAT I'M GONNA DO MY PHONE WON'T HAVE ICS I'M GONNA KILL MYSELF AFTER DESTROYING ALL SONY DEVICES ON MY HOUSE".

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6th June 2012, 05:42 PM |#20  
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Who cares? It's a cell phone for christ sake. A CELL PHONE.

Sorry, but no.
It's a cellphone/handheld console hybrid at least. For me it's definitely not just a cellphone and I'd dare say most people who bought it - primarily for playing games - would agree.
7th June 2012, 12:16 PM |#21  
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Sorry, but no.
It's a cellphone/handheld console hybrid at least. For me it's definitely not just a cellphone and I'd dare say most people who bought it - primarily for playing games - would agree.

No, it IS a cellphone with gaming capabilities.

Your type-of mentality destroyed the potential of Xplay.

People thought it was a playstation phone which to them equals = beasty hardware (console hardware is never great, mediocre at most), alot of native playstation games and clear connectivity to Playstation brand.

XPLAY IS NOT THAT.

At the same time, extreme price, rumors of "hardcore gamer phone" and rumors of "****ty phone" turned off many people.

If XPLAY would be handled just as a " phone that is good in gaming " people would be like " ok, sounds cool"
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