OpinionNow pictures of a (supposed) Sony Ericsson PSP phone have emerged, the idea that we'll be seeing a 'proper' gaming mobile feels a lot more concrete.
In a classic case of putting on a brave show, Nokia has announced the death of its N-Gage gaming service by trying to persuade its few hardcore fans that the Ovi Store will be a more than adequate substitute for their affections.
Nokia claims that the take-up of its N-Gage mobile gaming platform is accelerating, with nearly a million users having already signed up to create personal profiles for the service Nokia refers to as 'like Xbox Live for mobile'.
ExclusiveScott Foe is a senior producer over at Nokia, one of the key guys behind the recently re-launched N-Gage platrorm (as well as the brains behind the massively multiplayer mobile game Pocket Kingdom).
Nokia's N-Gage mobile gaming client is set to be installed on over 50 million phones by the end of 2008, according to a leading mobile game developer.
A group of hackers seems to have cracked Nokia’s N-Gage gaming service, with pirated games being distributed online.
Nokia N-Gage users will be glad to hear that the Finnish mobile giant is working on solutions to allow transfer of games between handsets, following concern earlier this week that gamers would have to buy games again each time they upgraded their N-Gage handsets.