[VITA] PlayStationŽSuite

  • Rauha 22 Apr 2012 14:44:34 4,271 posts
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    Not sure how many care, but this seems quite exciting.

    1. Create
    You can develop games and applications that utilize physical buttons and touchscreen by using the integrated development environment (IDE) and simulator for the PC which are both included in the PlayStationŽSuite SDK.

    2. Test and Debug
    You can test and debug games and applications developed with the PS Suite SDK on the PlayStationŽVita system and PlayStation™Certified devices.

    3. Discuss
    In the Developers Forum, you can discuss issues and exchange information with developers throughout the world. Of course, you can also interact with SCE employees, who will participate in discussions and offer development support.

    Someones ported over an Android game in less than 6 hours:
  • dominalien 22 Apr 2012 14:50:32 8,530 posts
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    Heh, _this_ is what competition is good for. If it weren't for Microsoft and Apple, we'd still be having $10,000 SDKs which require programming in binary.
  • Rufus 22 Apr 2012 17:29:42 1,836 posts
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    I'm getting a new laptop soon so I'll download the kit and have a prat about.

    Then ignore it when I realise I don't have the faintest clue how to make a game.
  • Rauha 22 Apr 2012 19:05:54 4,271 posts
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    The potential is there. Wonder how easy it is to port iOS stuff over.
  • Rauha 9 May 2012 23:32:20 4,271 posts
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    Someone has the NES emulator working though Suite. Gameboy and SNES plz. Also, same site has a guide to get the free suite games/test things, etc:


    Edited by Rauha at 23:34:41 09-05-2012
  • HiddenAway 19 Sep 2012 07:02:31 15,272 posts
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    Open for business on 3rd October 2012 (TGS)
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