Thursday, October 7, 2010

psp3
Time is definitely no longer on the side of the current PSPunits. SCEE has given official word to developers that they will no longer be selling dev kits after November 15th.



Said the notice, the company will "no longer be selling the PSP development tool (dtp-t2000a) or testing tool (dtp-h2500a)". Now if the devs still want to make some last minute projects for these PSP models, then they should try and get their hands on the dev kits before the aforementioned deadline of November 15.



There's no need for concern, though, because as soon as Sony comes out with the new model, they'll be advising the devs so that they can avail of it. Said Sony, "Due to the certification on the current development and test tools expiring, we will be stopping selling them on November 15. However, we will continue to provide loan stock for registered and new developers, until a new certified model is available."



With these dev kits "expiring", and Sony talking of a newer certified model, this certainly only further hypes the speculation of a PSP2 coming to town very soon. If only for that, people will definitely be looking forward to this expiration date.


Via [VG247]

11 comments:

  1. I saw that one coming a mile away

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  2. Thanks for the info, & keep up the good work!

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  3. psp is getting old. time for the new one to come out.

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  4. WOW, I can´t imagine the types of graphics a real PSP2 would have...but I'm sure it will be something better than ps2, but not quite good as a Ps3

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  5. So, instead of having to buy em, they will rent them to you..

    why does that sound like a bad idea for the end user.

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  6. It might just be that the PSP2 dev kits will also fork for PSP.

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  7. I know there is a solid fan base, I wonder what Sony feels is 'not enough money' for one of there soon-to-be older handhelds.
    Also, Nikola has a point there.

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  8. I still want a PSP. Never played one :(

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  9. I think NDSi is better, though.

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