So I'm heading off to an event where Sony has a big trailer with PlayStation stuff they're pushing on gamers. I'm going to go ask some questions about the future of gaming on playstations (PSPs primarily):
- Will Sony begin to release the PSPSDK to the open world freely to get more developers interested?
- Will there be a phasing-out ofthe PSP2000?
- Will Sony open the homebrew market (as Nintendo has in the past, with the N64 and other cart-based systems
- What is Sony's opinion on the Homebrew side of PSP development?
- Since the PSP Go has already been cracked, are they aware that they are on the loosing side of an arms race (that without some serious work on their part they'll always be on the loosing side of)?
- If they view homebrew as "opening the PSP to piracy" then why doesnt microsoft sue companies like Daemon Tools, who make drive emulators to mount ISOs on? Its the same philosopy, right?
- Will Sony create a UMD-Reader attachment for the PSP Go?
- How does Sony see the future of gaming stores (such as GameStop and GameTraders) selling products they cannot get repeat customers on?
- Will Sony employ a "One-Licsense-multiple-downloads" policy, such as that of VALVe software and other digital distribution companies?