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Shacknews - Jeff Mattas
Square Enix and Sony Ericsson have just secured a partnership that will bring a number of the publisher's games to the first PlayStation-certified phone, the Xperia Play. Starting in November, Square will begin releasing games for the device on the Andriod marketplace, the first such offering being Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.
"This is just the start of what we plan to do together," said Ben Cusack, head of mobile for Square Enix Europe, "but right now, we are delighted to be able to show off the full potential of our games with this innovative smartphone, bringing them to life as our creators intended."
Previously released as a downloadable title for PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and iOS. Given Xperia Play's foundation on the Android OS, it's likely the game will find a wider Android release in the future.