Apparently there is a push for garage developers to use mainly the touch only functions, as this is the direction that mobile gaming is taking and will ensure success in today's market. But has their way of handling the PS3 bump scared all the would be devs away? And unless you're willing to fork out the unconfirmed $3,000 for a usage of the developer SDK (as said by PS3Crunch), this is a dream that will stay in the clouds.
But this is not the only thing Sony is changing up in the mechanics of the company. There are going to be great changes to the gaming strategy, with a confirmed push to the Android market. It isn't confirmed if they will allow Android content to also spill back into the Vita, but right now they are optimistic about pushing the Playstation network and its availability to Android users (a first in cross company platform from Sony in 15 Years). Yoshida had this to say:
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