Submitted by SpaceSquirrel 1490d ago | interview

Honeyslug On Prototyping, Playtesting Frobisher Says For Vita Exclusive

Gamasutra: The indie talent backing the PlayStation Vita is steadily increasing as the system approaches its US and EU February‭ ‬22‭ ‬release.‭‬ Last month,‭ ‬Everyday Shooter developer Jon Mak shared how Vita's technology allows for interactive music to form the key of‭ ‬Sound Shapes‭' ‬platforming experience.‭‬ (Frobisher Says!, PS Vita)

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Darth Stewie  +   1490d ago
I am expecting alot of Indie games on the Vita for two reasons:
1. Vita Dev units are supposed to be cheap and developer friendly compared to all previous playstations.
2.Touchscreen allows the possibility of porting many games from the iphone/android.
johnpolson  +   1490d ago
I am expecting a lot of innovative games to come from indies, and I can't wait to see how they use the hardware.
MasterCornholio  +   1490d ago
I am happy that Sony supports amateur musicians. Should.mean a lot of unique titles for the vita. :-P


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