Top 10 games for PlayStation Phone

These are the top 10 PlayStation Phone games we'd like get our hands on

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few weeks, you've no doubt heard about the impending PlayStation Phone -- a smartphone designed for gaming. (Read all about its rumoured features and specifications here.)

The PlayStation Phone seems to be a direct response to the Apple iPhone, which has been steadily gobbling up the handheld game market since its release in 2007. At the time of writing, Sony has yet to reveal any specific game titles, but HD remakes of PlayStation classics seem like a safe bet.

In the following gallery, we shortlist the games we'd most like to see on Sony's new handset.

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