PS3 Now Developer Friendly

Sony has admitted that the PS3 can be a big challenge to develop for, but from the moment the system’s spec sheet was first released, Sony has engaged in an industry-wide rescue mission. Sony hopes to make the PS3 as simple to design games around as its competition. According to Shuhei Yoshida, PlayStation Move is the next step in the plan to simplify development.

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Neco5123078d ago

I think move looks like an adult Wii more or less

CrAppleton3078d ago

either way it's a step in the right direction. This is what consumers want. It's good to see Sony making strides to please developers and the community

vsr3078d ago

Agreed...Like PS2. SONY NEVER fails in GAMING

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Persistantthug3078d ago

That's what I call a TURN AROUND.

DaRockSays3078d ago

Kinect looks pretty tight though. IDK about the whole waving a magic stick around. I do like the hands free idea though

supersonicsaga3078d ago

It has buttons dude. Unless Kinnect is able to do finger tracking, the Move is more versatile.

mac_sparrow3078d ago

personally the only things I find "tight" about Kinect are the embargo's surrounding it and the marketing.

xxLuckyStrike3078d ago

it would become user friendly like anything else....

vsr3078d ago

PS3 & Fans!!!!! Now we can enjoy "Quality 3rd party Games"

edhe3078d ago

Eh, it's only been 4 years and billions of £ later. Would have thought it'd be dev friendly from inception...

You know, to help the people that make you money to make money so you make money?

OneSneakyMofo3078d ago

Hey man, at least Sony has balls to correct their mistakes. Look at Microsoft's RRoD. I wake up every day afraid of knowing that my 360 could die.

IdleLeeSiuLung3078d ago

That is why MS has the warranty? Isn't that attempting to correct the mistake, or would you like them to send you a new Xbox 360 delivered by your very own butler on a silver plate?


Lol, Warranty, what a relief!!! /s.

Triggs3078d ago

With just a warranty to rely on a consumer will more than likely end up not paying for a brand new Xbox at the first place, but a refurbished one in the end. I understand not all electronic products are perfectm but 55% failure rate? Cmon!

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