Playstation Suite SDK now in Beta, Accepting Applications


Once a device become “PlayStation Certified” it gains access to Sony’s PlayStation Suite, a service that at the moment features mostly ports of older PS titles. Soon, the PlayStation Suite will expand to host offerings from developers deemed fit for the honor. The process starts now, as the PlayStation Suite SDK has gone into beta. Sony is now accepting applications from would-be developers of games for the likes of the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play and the PlayStation Vita, a non-Android handheld gaming system. That is correct, games accepted into the PlayStation Suite will be available cross-platform on both PlayStation Certified Android devices and the upcoming portable gaming system developed by Sony. Devs won’t need Sony hardware to develop games, but they will need a working knowledge of the C# programming language. Follow the source link below to start the journey.

[Sony Developer Program via Engadget]

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