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Develop sony play station game

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Hi All,

I have interested in design sony play station (ps2/3, psp) game, I know
that codewarrior has plug-in (?) for vs.net, could you please introduce
more about that?

Does that mean I can use vs.net + codewarrior-ps2 tools, and then I can
develop games.

Best regards,
Boki.

May 2 '06 #1
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> I have interested in design sony play station (ps2/3, psp) game, I know
that codewarrior has plug-in (?) for vs.net, could you please introduce
more about that?

Does that mean I can use vs.net + codewarrior-ps2 tools, and then I can
develop games.


You need the playstation SDK to develop for the ps2 / ps3.
you either need the official sony playstation SDK (expensive: 20K)

or an opensource SDK like this one:
http://ps2dev.org/ps2
Note that I do not know about the legal implications of using open source
SDKs to build games that you want to sell.

the site I mentioned has a toolchain for win32, but I do not know if you can
get it to work with visual studio or not.

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Kind regards,
Bruno.
br**********************@hotmail.com
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May 2 '06 #2

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Bruno van Dooren wrote:
I have interested in design sony play station (ps2/3, psp) game, I know
that codewarrior has plug-in (?) for vs.net, could you please introduce
more about that?

Does that mean I can use vs.net + codewarrior-ps2 tools, and then I can
develop games.


You need the playstation SDK to develop for the ps2 / ps3.
you either need the official sony playstation SDK (expensive: 20K)

or an opensource SDK like this one:
http://ps2dev.org/ps2
Note that I do not know about the legal implications of using open source
SDKs to build games that you want to sell.

the site I mentioned has a toolchain for win32, but I do not know if you can
get it to work with visual studio or not.

--

Kind regards,
Bruno.
br**********************@hotmail.com
Remove only "_nos_pam"

Whatever the result, thank you so much for your link. : )

Best regards,
Boki.

May 2 '06 #3

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