In the build up to E3 next week, Sony is really pushing the idea of a developer friendly console with new T-shirts beings sent out to developers captioned “No hurdles, just games.”
One of the first things Sony really made clear with the PlayStation 4 was just how easy it was going to be for developers to make games for the console due to its new PC-like architecture. Earlier today, Retro City Rampage developer, Brian Provinciano Tweeted out a picture of the shirt sent by Sony. Provinciano himself has spoken of how difficult it can be when working with Microsoft to get a game onto one of its consoles in the past.
This was followed up by a separate Tweet from Sony’s Adam Boyles who Tweeted a picture of the same shirt.
Last week, Sony CEO Kaz Hirai explained how the PlayStation 4 will be a games machine “first and foremost,” which also gives ground to Sony’s claims of a developer friendly environment.
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