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GribbleGrunger1399d ago

Absolutely. Give it a year or so and we should see all sorts of benefits from this through all of Sony's platforms.

SilentNegotiator1399d ago

Totally. I'm learning game development with Unity.

Pandamobile1399d ago

As a Unity developer, this is fantastic.

RememberThe3571398d ago

As a Unity developer, do you mind explaining what the benefit of Unity is as opposed to some other tool set?

Pandamobile1398d ago (Edited 1398d ago )

Unity's main advantage over other engines is that is easier than most (arguably one of the more designer-friendly engines out there), and it's cheap as dirt compared to other engines.

I can pick up Unity and start making games for free. I can port them to Android and iOS for fixed one time fee of around $400.

It also runs on just about every relevant platform, so it's incredibly portable.

madireed1399d ago

PS Vita just got a whole lot better

Anon19741399d ago

I'd been bugging Unity about Vita support ever since I received my Vita although they had been sticking to "No support planned at this time" last I mentioned it to their reps a couple of months ago.

This is good news. We already have a great little puzzle game in Unity that could do with a Vita overhaul. I've already had people asking if we were considering a Vita version and our answer up until this point was "no" just based on the time it would take to redo this game outside of Unity just for the Vita.

I just wonder what this support is going to cost?

miyamoto1398d ago (Edited 1398d ago )

I wish you all the best!

another great games centered deal Sony acquired

especially for the PS Vita

clintagious6501399d ago

Keeping devs happy will do wonders for u.

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