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Post by TheDarknessArrives on Sat Jul 23, 2011 4:33 pm

SCEE presents tech and tools groups supporting new handheld
Sony’s next generation handheld has at least 16 middleware and tools companies supporting the system, the platform holder has said.
Kish Hirani, head of developer services at SCEE Research and Development, took stage at the Develop Conference this week to present all the companies throwing their tech behind PS Vita.
According to Hirani, the middleware firms on board include:
Autodesk (including Scaleform)
Blitz Games Studios
Epic Games
Gamespy Technology
Premium Agency
RAD Game Tools
Terminal Reality
Vicious Cycle
Web Technology
Hirani said the list was only of middleware firms ready to publicly announce their support – a suggestion that more are optimising their tech behind the scenes.
Elsewhere in the presentation, Hirani said PSP successor boasts four times higher resolution, and 600 times increased contrast, in comparison to PSP 3000.
The platform features an 4ARM Cortex A9 processor, Hirani said.


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