Sony Ericsson has announced two key partnerships to push the XPERIA Play to the top of mobile gaming. Havok has ported all their software to Gingerbread and optimized it for the XPERIA Play, which is also the official Major League Gaming handset.
If Havok sounds familiar you may be thinking of their physics engine - but they have other software too, which runs on all major consoles and computer platforms in many big-name games.
They are very pleased with the performance of the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play and they're promising "cinematic and immersive gaming experiences". Their software has been ported to Android 2.3 Gingerbread and has been specifically optimized to run on the XPERIA Play.
The Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play is the official phone of Major League Gaming, who organize professional game tournaments and have their hands in game development too.
The Major League Gaming boasts a big community of 8 million and will be showing off the XPERIA Play at their Pro Circuit tour, which starts 1 April in Dallas and will span more cities. At the Pro Circuit, they'll be hosting demonstrations, game challenges and giveaways featuring the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play.
well all i want SE to give dual touch in there old phones so that i could play games which require dual touch otherwise i will buy XPERIA ARC :D