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Contact Sony business services and be prepared to write a $25,000 check. And that''s for the SDK, actual license to publish a game is in addition to that.

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Yup, what SiCrane said. Send your cheque and company track record info to:

US: http://www.ps2-pro.com/2bldev/psp.html#2

Europe: http://www.technology.scee.net/sceesite/software.html#registration_form

Japan:
http://www.scei.co.jp

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$25,000 check?????


Yup. May not be that exact number but it''ll be a hefty price. Make sure to have a list of games you''ve successfully released commercially.

Oh? You haven''t had any major releases? Good luck to ya, you''re going to need it.

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The early estimates are 2,500,000 Yen per SDK, which isn''t so bad when you consider you get an engineering prototype of the PSP with that, along with some other development hardware. Keep in mind that for any real development only one copy of the SDK probably wouldn''t be sufficient. Anyway, the price might be more or less depending on how the Yen is trading, how demand looks, phase of the moon, etc. when SCEA sets the price for the US release, but $25,000 seems like a good estimate. If anything, my gut feeling is that $25,000 is a little low.

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