Template talk:TITLE ID for Physical Media
(Japan and Asia)
05 (South Korea)
06 (Singapore / Malaysia)
12 (Hong Kong)
|01 (North America)
(Europe and Oceania)
|02 (Australia / New Zealand)
03 (U.K. / Ireland)
04 (Europe / Middle East / Africa)
08 (Russia / India)
|Region Free||Debugging Station||0x82|
DiscID explained[edit source]
- The first letter indicates the storage format (always S=CD/DVD for PSX/PSone and PS2/PStwo, for PS3 it is B=Bluray).
- The second letter indicates if the game is first party (C = Sony), or licensed from third party (L = others).
- The third letter indicates: A=Asia, P or J=Japan, U=United States, or E=Europe (K = HongKong).
- The last letter indicates the type: D = Demo, S = Full Retail Game, M = ?.
Note that for some third party games, Sony may take it and repackage with appropriate material for other territories, thus the game become first party as well.
Japan [BCAS, BCJS, BLAS, BLJM, BLJS] US [BCUS, BLUS, BCUD] EU [BCES, BLES, BCED] HongKong [BCKS, BLKS, BCKD]
Sidestep, PSVita uses PCSF / PCSB : http://forum.trophies-ps3.de/spiele-and-trophaeen/90720-die-vita-pcsf-pcsb-liste.html (Sony = f = first party, B = backparty release ?)
Media letter codes for other sony consoles[edit source]
There are 2 naming standards used in PSvita, one of them fits pretty fine with the "old" naming convention used in previous sony consoles (where the "V" is a "PSvita card"), examples:
- VCAS34001: Uncharted golden abyss http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-tI1sKeMVlSU/T2ScVVCxmAI/AAAAAAAAV5Q/9UEx3Vxok_4/s1600/20120317_221105.jpg
The other doesnt respect the old naming standard:
- PCSF00001: Uncharted golden abyss http://fronttowardsgamer.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/IMG_09952.jpg
- PCSF00002: ModNation Racers Roadtrip http://eftm.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Sony-PS-Vita-game.jpg
- PCSF00007: Wipeout 2048 http://img1.lesnumeriques.com/test/65/6596/UMD_3DS_SD_VITA%281%29.jpg
- PCSB00118: Metal Gear Solid HD Collection http://vagrantesque.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/3ds_vita_chipsss.jpg
The first 2 numbers in the TITLE_ID[edit source]
/!\WARNING/!\ open brainstorming area /!\WARNING/!\
The numbers in position 1 and 2 in the naming format: ABCD12345 seems to have some indirect relationship with regions (looks redundant because the region is the third letter C but released games proves this is correct in some way, at least partially)
- from 00 up to 02 (or up to 04 ?) = EURO ?
- Examples: BCES00001: Resistance, BLES01000: Racket Sports, BLES02007: Short Peace Ranko Tsukigime's Longest Day
- from 20 up to ?? (or up to 24 ?) = KOREA ?
- Examples: BLKS20001 Armored Core 4
- from 30 up to 31 (or up to 34 ?) = USA, Licensed ?
- Examples: BLUS30001: RIdge Racer 7, BLUS31000: Heavy Fire Shattered Spear
- from 41... (or from 40 up to 44 ?) = USA, Licensed ?
- Examples: BLUS41045: Dark Souls II
- from 50 up to ?? (or up to 57 ?) = ASIA ?
- Examples: BLAS50001: Mobile Suit Gundam Target in sight, BLAS57004: FIFA 19
- from 60 up to 61 (or up to 64 ?) = JAPAN ?
- Examples: BLJM60006: Sonic the hedgehog, BLJM61106: World Soccer Winning Eleven 2014
- from 80 up to ?? = USA ?
- Examples: NPUA80001: Flow
- from 94 up to ?? (or from 90 up to 94 ?) = USA, First party ?
- Examples: BCUS94344: SingStar Latino
- from 98 up to 99 (or from 95 up to 99 ?) = USA, First party ?
- Examples: BCUS98103: Uncharted Drake's Fortune, BCUS99247: Gran Turismo 6
- Probably a few more thousands of number ranges are reserved for each region
- It works in the same way with digital contents license numbers (PKG's starting with TITLE_ID's like: NP*******)
- Other games with TITLE_ID's that breaks this grouping:
- NPJB00178: Mobile Suit Gundam Battle Operation
- BCJS30001: Gran Turismo 5 (First Print Limited Edition)
- Special prizes for funny license numbers:P
- BCES01337 Move Fitness (leet prize)
- BLES00666, BCES00666 (the name of the beast prize)... never used/rejected
- BCES01234 Starhawk (straight flush prize)
|SCE Asia ASIA / SCEK KOREA / SCEH HONG KONG / SCEJ JAPAN||PS3-JAPAN, PS3-ASIA, PSP-CHINA, PSP-JAPAN, PSP-KOREA, PSN-CHINA, PSN-JAPAN, PSN-KOREA||PS1 PS2 PS3 PSP|
|SCEA / USA||PS3, PSP, PSN||PS1, PS2, PS3, PSP|
|SCEE / EURO||PS3, PSP, PSN||PS1, PS2, PS3, PSP|
|SCEI / INTERNATIONAL / multilicencee||PS3-INT|
Not in table:
SCJC-80003 PlayStation 3 System Software Update (version 2.0) https://www.psdevwiki.com/ps3/File:YxUzKTS.jpg
PCPX-**** some samples
Added CS disc examples[edit source]