An apps store for the PSP go is to be unveiled at this year's gamescom in Cologne, with reports suggesting that Sony in encouraging developers to create 'non-retail' games for the new, UMD-less device.
Destructoid reports that file sizes for the apps will be limited to 100 MB, and that Sony is working hard to make it less painful to develop for the handheld.
'We are making a concerted push towards expanding the content available on the Store,' Sony's Al de Leon told the site, 'particularly with the demand for digital content that will spike when the PSPgo launches this fall.'
Sony recently cut the cost of development kits for the PSP, a move that will likely lead to a new flood of titles to coincide with the launch of the PSP go this October.
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