aGamingSite writes: 'Sony show of their new re-branding from the advert and trailers in their updated app'
Blue suits them well. Oled screens on the Vita, and bluray, first console to use blutooth. It only makes sense
Yeah, it's quite nice. Appeals to families more than blood red or monotone black!
I like the blue. Does anyone know when the app will be on the Android market?
If you search it via going to the market on your computers browser you can grab the one the UK released. Along with the PS1 titles etc... but i haven't bought any yet so it could block you who knows.
I've always associated the brand with blue since the PS2 days.
The blue is much better then the red they started using with the slims or just black when ps3 first released. Blue worked out well for the ps2.
Time for Logo Wars!!!!!! Sonys blue PlayStation logo is the bomb. Nintendo's logo sucks because it represents Stalin's communist empire. Down with the commies and hooray for the blue shirts. Oh and Microsoft's is a green egg with an X in it. Lol XperiaRay
lol A bit melodramatic with the communist stuff, but still funny. I agree that blue is the perfect color to associate with the PlayStation brand. BTW, guys, I just bought Skyrim (PS3) and it's an amazing game.
And then you took an arrow in the knee. Lol I have it as well on my PS3 and after the patches it runs a lot better for me. What I hate about the game is that I completed the main story line and now im stuck with so many quests that I don't know which ones to do first. XperiaRay
Blue is my favorite color, but the shade they are using is awesome. Its perfect for light and dark tones to be blended in. Was never too fond of the red cases on PS3 greatest hits, so this is a welcome addition.
So, is this an official US app.. because I can't find it?
I'm in the UK. I've got it on Android, someone else says it is on the iPhone too.
Maybe the PS4 will be Blue, that would be pretty coool!
And for once it remembers your log in.
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