And stop the complaining from the developers they have.....
Spice Constructors is hot on the PS2 development front. While not working on any actual games, these boys and girls are working on the tools used to make the games, and their latest tool may end up being used by many PS2 developers world over.
New from the company is the ProDG for PlayStation 2 Version 1.2, an update to the company\'s September 1999 PS2 development environment. This new software allows developers to access more features of the PS2 and have better control over the multiple processors in the system during debugging. Weeeeeeeeee!!!! Additionally, the kit includes support for Vector Unit debugging, meaning more developers should be able to make use of the PS2
the way crazy Kutaragi envisioned.
So maybe we\'ll start seeing real next generation games from even the smaller developers out there.
This means is that Sony will be letting loose those 100 developers out of 350 to work on games for them. Some of those who have never made a game before in there life time, who sighned with them last year. These are companies that Sony made up themselves.
I guess Sony has a change of heart they are now trying to use all of there 350 developers.
The news just keep coming.......