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How can i get development kits from console makers,and become a developer?

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#1 AngelStar   Members   

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Posted 15 May 2000 - 12:18 PM

Im trying to find out the information on how to become a developer for consoles. Can anybody provide me with such?

#2 Obscure   Moderators   

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Posted 17 May 2000 - 02:26 PM

Well assuming you have a team capable of programming and doing the art then you just contact the console company and ask to register as a developer. They will provide the forms and when you submit them they will decide if you are suitable.


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Posted 17 May 2000 - 03:04 PM

And once they decide you are suitable, they will ask you to send them alot of money


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Posted 19 May 2000 - 02:46 PM

Yeah, that''s true they will ask for huge amount of money. The funny thing is that when you sign up to be developer you develop mostly in the PC/MAC platform for the game. If you''re developing to then new PS/2 or X-box you have to have a burner that is able to burn onto those type of removable media they''re using. However, most of the time they give you a PCI card that emulates the console your working on...this usually cost 4x the amount of a console ?!?! Go figure.

And where do you go to learn to program for a console? Not like they have any for dummies books or anything on programming for a console.




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