QUOTE(mlapaglia @ Jun 29 2007, 10:35 AM)
^^ the ps3 has put severe limitations on it's video core though hasn't it? they have homebrew but they cannot use the whole ps3 to their advantage i believe.
Yes. Basically, any Linux development isn't going to be able to take advantage of the GPU-specific stuff at all. It's like targeting DirectX software drivers. Sony doesn't want homebrew to compete with their own games, at all.
QUOTE(bucko @ Jun 29 2007, 12:21 PM)
Be nice if http://creators.xna.com
team could do a cert process and allow them to be uploaded on to XBL (some kind of XNA section). At least then the $50 would be worth it on the 360 side for XNA.
Wasn't there an XNA game that moved to XBLA? I think that is the promise, once more projects start hitting the scene. It's been half a year, and the XNA arena still seems strangely quiet. I can understand some people being disappointed at the lack of networking/Live support, but I think proving you have something "Live-worthy" is a good goal, and I'm sure Microsoft is looking at XNA as a sort of "Minor League" for developers on the Xbox 360.