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Article: Vita News - PlayStation Suite Developer Program
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C# they too scared to open it up to ++? Bloody M$ did the same, XNA sucks.
C sharp will remain for a while. The same applies to a vast amount of things... like those using WinXP. (I'm one)
Aw man I love C# too bad the SDK will probably be outrageously expensive anyway
as bad as some people think c# is, you have to admit this is a step forward for Sony and not hiding from every developer wondering whats going to happen next. Wether you like to admit it or not, they have actually done something decent... for once... So thanks this time Sony.
This is a direct reaction to homebrew, same with the playstation home/move sdk they have for anyone to use. Though it is a nice gesture and a step forward, it really is going to do little for most developers of hombrew, less they have enough money to spend on SDK fees. Even then, i'm sure there will be claus' preventing it from being completely free as it should be, and charging users to use the content.Sony has a long way to make up for all its stumbles the last year.
Originally Posted by DCgh0st
If they would make the cost like XNA does, then this would be great. I for some reason think it will cost a lot more.
It's nice to see Sony doing this, but I'm sure that anything produced with it will have to be signed by them and sold on PSN, or like some have said the SDK will be too expensive for the average programmer to afford. People love to create software and games for consoles. There are many talented developers that don't work for one of the big software companies. Unless it is made open source at some point, then they are going to run into the same problem with people tampering with the code and opening the bootleg market that much quicker just to say "F*ck Sony". It's a nice step, but it needs work