Sony Opens Up The PlayStation Store To Tablet S Owners

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Owners of the Tablet S from Sony: listen up because your Android-powered slab of glass just became that much more fun. The PlayStation Store for PS-certified devices has officially gone live, with 10 PS1 titles available at launch.

The Store is now accessible in nine countries, the U.S. and Canada included. Sony says that most of the Tablet S-optimized titles will cost $5.99 to download. The company hasn’t mentioned anything about PS Store availability for the Tablet P, but it’ll likely take longer to optimize games for the dual-screen Sony tab.

Game titles currently available in the store include:

  • Cool Boarders
  • Destruction Derby
  • Hot Shots Golf 2
  • Jet Moto and Jet Moto 2
  • Jumping Flash!
  • MediEvil
  • Motor Toon Grand Prix
  • Rally Cross
  • Wild Arms

Obviously the selection here is a bit measly, but “Sony is working closely with developers around the globe to expand the variety of PlayStation games and content accessible on the Sony Tablet S and future PlayStation Certified devices.”

Owners of the Tablet S should receive a notification (if they haven’t already) informing them of the availability of the PlayStation Store. To get yourself gaming, simply follow the direction on the screen that direct you to download the PS Store App, at which point you can start downloading games.