Silicon Studio adds Vita Support to Orochi EngineNews
If you are a fan of 3D Dot Game Heros, then you are most likely familiar with Silicon Studio. Perhaps the lesser known part of Silicon’s business is in the studio’s middleware work in Japan with its Orochi engine. Now the engine supports the PlayStation Vita, Andriasang reports.
The PlayStation Vita is due to launch in Japan next month. Orochi is a native Japanese language game engine originally conceived as a means to port Windows-based games to the Xbox 360 and PS3 — 3D Dot Game Heroes was originally conceived as a means to showcase Orochi. But it also handles multiple development tools including graphics, AI, and physics.
In the long-run, it looks like Orochi is going to be a great asset to the PlayStation Vita and will allow for many doors and possibilities to be open to the PlayStation Vita. I can only say that I look forward to seeing what they have to offer and how they are going to take advantage of Orochi exactly.