Hi all, i thought my topic was removed by Sony itself or some moderator,
until i looked at my Gamedev score, it was very low all the sudden, then i realized my topic was still there somewhere.
Thanks for all the answers, i do my best to reply :
My head hurts...
I am sorry to sound so rude.
You are thinking like a smart consumer now. If you want to ask something, make it shorter so a simple minded developer like me can understand.
Yes, i am a gamer who also programs games, instead of being a game-programmer who does not play games.
Thank you Ravyne for your big explaination.
Low level coding optimizations are years from being a concern of yours. After 1-3 years of making single player and multiplayer 2D games, then maybe you will be ready but perhaps you will never need to use low level coding optimizations. Using an existing game engine is a far more efficient use of your hard work instead of recreating the wheel by authoring your own low level coding.
Hi, i,m busy for ten years now ( looking at my old software in my signature ), and my game engine already exists, altho it is very basic.
When they dropped PS2 compatibility in the PS3, they claimed it was to save money, but some believe it was because the PS2 was still selling and PS3s playing those games was hurting the sales they could make on the PS2.
They had excuses like : HD aspect.
Cant they make some pixxels black i ask myself then ?, oh well i didnt believe it then either.
At least someone who might agree with me, thank you.
btw : i,m not talking about Xbox because i Always buy Playstation.
low level optimalisations are bad.
no offence but you should go back to school or start over.
That is what they told me that its bad in some other topic : i cant find it anymore now, i say it is good because i have an old PC.
Anyways : i Always got kicked out of school as a kid, i,m past 30 now, programming is something i learned myself.
By the way : i,m still playing PS1 games on my PS2, since i dont need a PS1 then, verry handy.
Edited by the incredible smoker, 12 March 2014 - 12:06 PM.