Sony Computer Entertainment to Offer SDK for PlayStation Suite
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. announced late tonight that it will begin offering software development kits (SDK) for their PlayStation Suite beginning in November. Called “PlayStation Suite SDK” (duh) it will help developers create content for PlayStation Certified (PS Certified) devices, hardware certified through the PS Suite license program, and the PlayStation®Vita (PS Vita). As of today there are only three devices with said ceritificaiton, the Xperia PLAY, Sony Tablet S, and Sony Tablet P. Considering these three each run Android it’s not hard to see the opportunities in front of developers.
Through PS Suite SDK, SCE will provide to game developers and publishers the potential to further expand their business opportunities to Android based portable devices. In addition, SCE can approach to a wider range of content developers, non-gaming developers and individual programmers. The detailed information of PS Suite SDK, including how to download, will be announced via a dedicated PS Suite section on SCE’s official website.
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