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#16 TheLegendOfMart

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Posted 18 February 2012 - 19:05

Its FAR FAR easier than the PS3. Its running ARM architecture Cortex A9. The Cell CPU was unique in how it was designed which made it difficult to code for. The Vita CPU/GPU are pretty much off the shelf the same kind you find in iPhone and Android handsets.


#17 compl3x

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Posted 19 February 2012 - 03:38

Its FAR FAR easier than the PS3. Its running ARM architecture Cortex A9. The Cell CPU was unique in how it was designed which made it difficult to code for. The Vita CPU/GPU are pretty much off the shelf the same kind you find in iPhone and Android handsets.


great. So no excuse for devs to complain. Although, I am sure they will.

#18 OP Kvally

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 17:31

It's just another evolution of the PSP, so devs already know it.

#19 Rudy

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 17:34

I was planning on getting one whenever it gets released (next week or whatever, seems like some stores are already selling them), but I've decided to hold out for a while. There's no game I want for the system right now and nothing coming out short term that I want so I'll just keep using my psp

#20 compl3x

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Posted 25 February 2012 - 02:02

Playing devil's advocate here, the Nikkei apparently does have a track record of being accurate when it reports on gaming news, even when sources aren't cited, we find out later on their reporting was accurate. The DSi XL and the Sony's gaming phone are 2 examples.

I do hope this is one instance where they are wrong, though.