Declaraciones de Kuratagi sobre PS3 (no sobre su precio)

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  • #43674
    JakCoreJakCore
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    – PS3 is a computer, standard interfaces, designed to be extensible. Mentions again that you can just buy a standard bigger HDD if you want. Sony will continue to offer new variations/configurations of PS3 in the future with bigger HDDs, more AV I/O etc.

    – Apparently they have lots of Cells, they started production in Summer 05. It won’t be problem when it comes to supply, more challenging is securing other parts like HDDs, memory etc.

    – PS3 can’t output two different images via HDMI and multi av-out, just the same image. Might change in the future if there is consumer demand.

    – Wanted to add motion sensors to controllers before, but couldn’t because they were not good enough.

    – PS logo button is used to raise the system menu, to turn on/off PS3, and to make the system recognise the controller sound familiar? It’s powered by a battery charged with a USB cable from PS3 to controller. The controller can’t be used for PS2.

    – PS3 power supply is internal, afterall. The machine is as quiet as a PS2 (I believe Sony said slim PS2 previously).

    – Game resolutions are recommended to be 1080p or 720p, but no strict guidelines. SD is not preferred, however, obviously.

    – PS3 has Linux installed and programming is allowed. License fees are not required for individual developers. Licensed PS3 game developers can get SDK and technical support by SCE, but Linux programmers while not having to pay a license fee, obviously won’t get as much support. In Linux, Cell is under the hardware layer of the OS supervisor, but things including SPEs are expected to be open to developers. Didn’t show off non-game apps at E3, because well, it’s E3..

    Lo más interesante sin duda que venga con Linux y abierto a la programación, quizas sea un buen mercado para que los programadores noveles se promocionen.

    #53697
    DrBoiffardDrBoiffard
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    [quote:4thqx8d3]PS3 has Linux installed and programming is allowed. License fees are not required for individual developers. Licensed PS3 game developers can get SDK and technical support by SCE, but Linux programmers while not having to pay a license fee, obviously won’t get as much support. In Linux, Cell is under the hardware layer of the OS supervisor, but things including SPEs are expected to be open to developers. Didn’t show off non-game apps at E3, because well, it’s E3..[/quote:4thqx8d3]
    ¡¡¡Hostia!!!

    El XBOX Live se va al carajo.

    mmmm creo que …puede ser interesante.

    #53704

    Si se puede superar el escollo de la dificultad de programación, PS3 puede ser el nuevo santo grial para los aficionados a la emulación de sistemas antiguos. Por primera vez en meses veo algo de PS3 que me parece ilusionante…

    #53712
    avatar-defectoangeljedi
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    eso es lo q mas me ha gustado sin duda de ps3

    #53715
    htdreamshtdreams
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    Lo mismo digo, aplaudo esta dirección de las casas, de cara a fomentar el desarrollo independiente, bien sea a traves de la consola virtual en la Wii (aunque no he leido mucho sobre el tema parece que pretender ofrecer un kit de desarrollo para ella, veremos si gratuito o no…) y este sdk de linux para la ps3… muy buenas noticias :)

    HtDreams

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