Silicon Studio, developer of criminally underappreciated PS3 title 3D Dot Game Heroes, has added PlayStation Vita support to its engine.
The Orochi engine features over 40 development tools and 12 libraries encompassing visuals, physics and AI.
According to the studio, which is also a well known middleware producer in Japan, users will be able to easily develop games for the PS3 and Vita simultaneously.
To accompany the news, it has released a few pictures showing off the engine. Check them out below.
SCEE president Jim Ryan said this week that PSP's focus on becoming a multimedia device confused people - and promised that Vita will be positioned primarily as a gaming device.