With more Android devices being powered by dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processors, you can expect to see better resolution games available. And Sony Computer Entertainment will also be extending its PlayStation games for these devices, and maybe PlayStation 2 games too.
The Sony Xperia Play (formerly known as PlayStation Phone) has attracted a lot of attention. Not just because it features a similar PSP Go gaming controls, but also it is equipped with the PlayStation Suite to offer excellent PlayStation gaming experience.
Recently, Nvidia has announced that the PlayStation Suite will not just be made available on the Xperia Play; it will also be available to all future mobile devices running the Tegra 2 dual-core processors.
The PlayStation Suite is an upcoming software framework to provide downloadable PlayStation content and PlayStation gaming experiences for Android devices. Some of the titles to look forward to include Wild Arms and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night etc, and Xperia Play was the only smartphone to offer this.
Because of the powerful performance of Tegra 2 dual-core processor, it was said that the devices could also be able to run PlayStation 2 games. This will no doubt be a good news for Android users, especially when there aren't many emulators out there that can run PS2 games very well.