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  • #2739

    Anonymous

    Part 1:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clk3uu6o5KY&feature=related

    Part 2:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUQk-tuPFmY&feature=related

    Part 3:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9L_oXvIhOWM&feature=related

    C# users will be happy to hear it is the language of choice.

    No native code, unless "developers scream for it," at which point they will "consider it."

    B.

  • #47674

    Anonymous

    Small mentions of fees. Not quite "open" Sony.

    It will still be interesting to see how it plays out. Honorable mention to openemotionstudios. I know they have some stuff on the psn store

  • #47677

    Anonymous

    This is fantastic news.

    So many great tools available to Indie Devs now.

  • #47679

    Anonymous

    Anyone else find this odd that Sony would make this tech dependent on a Microsoft language?

    Or am i reading too much into that.

  • #47680

    Anonymous

    It’s Mono which is an open source version of the .NET Framework, so is only tied to MS in terms of implementing similar API functionality – they could do their own thing if they wanted – and unlike MS .NET Mono is multi-platform.

  • #47682

    Anonymous

    Wow didn’t realise it’s Mono, that’s great! Originally I was thinking "Totally pointless" if it were just the MS .net implementation.

  • #47683

    Anonymous

    So that means that s the language of choice for two consoles, this is great news

  • #47686

    Anonymous

    So that means that s the language of choice for two consoles, this is great news[/quote:f349ddaec3]

    iOS and Android too.

    Unfortunately you have to pay for those, the standard Mono Framework is free.

  • #47747

    Anonymous

    A thought crossed my mind today.

    Theres a bunch of new sdks and engines available these days like

    Ps3, unity, UDK and now this sony Vaio.

    Was there ever a ps1 or ps2 sdk?

    *****************************************

    Think i found the old ps1 sdk
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Net_Yaroze

  • #47755

    Anonymous

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux_for_PlayStation_2

    Early European PS2s also came with YABasic on the packed in disc (there was an onscreen keyboard that you navigated with the controller- the hilarity!)

  • #2738

    Anonymous

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