http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20050506-4883.html Hot on the heels of the news that a "Hello World" program is reportedly working on a Japanese v1.0 PSP comes the release of game ISOs for the handheld system. Details of the exploit as well as lists of the files pulled off of discs such as "Ridge Racers" and "Wipeout Pure" were made available online today. Although Sony's plans not to release a UMD burner will initially stymie efforts to distribute games outside of official channels, the notes included with the game files hint at the motivations for the release. Of course you can't play this game yet, and you won't be playing it anytime soon on a burnt umd disc (as sony has already said they wont be releasing burners for these). However maybe it will give you an idea of what PSP games are like, and just what is hidden on those little discs Hopefully it will give psp developers a chance to look into the files etc used on a UMD. Knowing what files are present and where in the filepath they can be found may help with loading of 'driver' files etc from disc.