Although the PSP is on its way out and Sony appears ready to usher in its successor, Ready at Dawn wants everyone to know that the original handheld was a mighty powerful little unit.
They essentially proved that with God of War: Chains of Olympus , but it seems they've taken yet another step with the new portable Kratos adventure, Ghost of Sparta . According to Examiner.com , Ready at Dawn designer Mike Deneen said the team used the PSP to its "highest potential." There's a wide variety of top-notch games on the PSP but God of War is always a cut above. Said Deneen:
"We really wanted to show people HOW POWERFUL the PSP can be if fully utilized, and every inch of that UMD is oozing with the highest quality content that comes directly from harnessing all the power of the system."
You know, given what that team can do, you should all be damn thankful they came back to the PSP. After Chains of Olympus , Ready at Dawn said they wanted to move on and do something else, and the idea of another portable GoW wasn't on their minds. But eventually, they did decide on a follow-up and I think we'll all be very grateful for that reconsideration come November. You're gonna want it.
Related Game(s): God of War: Ghost of Sparta