Sony to Release Smartphone Games from Spring 2017
Tokyo, Dec. 7 (Jiji Press)--Sony Interactive Entertainment LLC, a unit of Sony Corp. <6758>, said Wednesday it will release a total of 10 game apps for smartphones from next spring.
The games, including the newest version of "Hot Shots Golf," will be released through ForwardWorks Corp., a Sony group company that handles smartphone game app operations, the SIE said, adding five titles are planned to be launched in fiscal 2017.
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