PlayStation Mobile signs MarvelousAQL, Nippon Ichi, Q entertainment and more as third party developers

PlayStation Mobile announced that it has signed 85 developers and publishers to create games for its mobile gaming platform, which will launch this fall.

PlayStation Mobile announced that it has signed 85 developers and publishers to create games for its mobile gaming platform, which will launch this fall.

The service will be available in nine countries at first (Japan, USA, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Australia) with more countries to follow.

There will be approximately 30 game titles available at launch ranging from adventure games to action games, puzzle games, and sports titles.

A total of 46 developers and publishers from Japan have signed on to make games for the service, including Nippon Ichi, MarveousAQL, SEGA, Q Entertainment, and Tecmo Koei Games, and 39 companies in Europe, PAL regions, and North America are also creating content for the platform, including Action Button Entertainment, Muteki Games, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, THQ, Vlambeer, and Team 17.

The full list of developers and publishers can be viewed here.

The PlayStation Mobile brand was officially announced at E3 2012, a rebranding of Sony's PlayStation Suite.

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