Saturday, 5 May 2012

Sony's Net Yaroze feature in Gamasutra

A very nice historic Net Yaroze feature can be found on the Gamasutra website which is well worth reading for those who either used this or want to find out more about Sony's embryonic efforts to bring console development, for the first time, to the hobbyist programmer (for the original Playstation at the time). This (Net Yaroze) is considered by many the pre-cursor to things such as Microsoft's XNA and includes quotes and recollections from academics who at the time used it to teach games programming.

The article ("titled 15 Years Later: How Sony's Net Yaroze Kickstarted Indie Console Development") can be found here.

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