Sony Latest, News & Update: Confirms 'Parappa The Rapper','Arc The Lad' And More Games Coming To Mobile Devices In 2017

By Jason Glenn , Updated Dec 10, 2016 09:50 PM EST

Sony just announced that they will be releasing ten mobile games in their upcoming mobile line-up which will be released next year. Sony will go up against mobile success of Niantic's "Pokemon Go" and the upcoming Nintendo's "Super Mario Run" which will be released this week.

Sony made the announcement earlier this morning, the ten games coming to the mobile platform are the music and rhythm game "Parappa the Rapper" that also have a remastered version on PlayStation 4 this coming March. WWG reports, that the tactical role-playing "Arc The Lad " will also be included and the sports game "Everybody's Golf" or the "Hot Shots Golf" in the U.S.

Sony will also release the game, Project Field which is considered as the biggest project of the company where there were no further details outside the project. " Project FIELD is a platform that consists of smart phones and tablets, dedicated pads developed by Sony, cards with integrated IC chips, game applications, and a combination of trading card games and smartphone applications," said the company in their Japanese website.

Aside from the games for their mobile platform, Sony also revealed their upcoming games for 2017 and the upcoming years. The upcoming games include the action-puzzle game named "Dash!" "Summer Holiday 20th Century" is a game which came from "Wild Arms" role-playing series.

"Between Sea and Sky: Night Time" is also included in Sony's announcement which is based on the Japanese cat mascot, Toro Inoue. The role-playing "Disgaea" series was also an entry to Sony.

Sony also confirmed its partnership with Square Enix for their forthcoming "mobile tiles" but did not disclose what titles will the consumers will see. Sony did try to venture out in the mobile gaming market in their very own Sony Ericsson Xperia Play device but the project did not come to fruition.

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