God of War Cover Story

When a studio developing PSP and Wii games refers to the Wii one as the "small game" that a part of the team can "take a breather" with, there's something unusual happening. But somehow in the case of Ready At Dawn, it makes sense -- "God of War" and "small" have never been a comfortable fit, and the move to PSP hasn't changed that.

If you've been paying attention, however, you already know that, and you may also know God of War: Chains of Olympus will be one of the first titles to take advantage of Sony's recent decision to let developers run PSP games at 333MHz instead of 222.

But if you've ever wondered what this increased processor speed means for the game in practical terms, and what information about the game Sony has yet to reveal, we've got exclusive details, screens, videos, and behind the scenes nuggets coming all week. Oh, and that art on the right -- you can win that too.

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Doppy3820d ago (Edited 3820d ago )

I already own the PSP demo and can say that this game is going to rock. This game is every bit on par with it's PlayStation 2 brethern, and is by far one of the best looking PSP games. I'd even go as far to say that it looks better than 90% of all last gen games, and most Wii games. God of War:CoO's MArch release date can't get here soon enough. Hopefully I'll upgrade my PSP by then.

Polluted3820d ago

I'm buying a PSP for this game. The only two PS2 games that I didn't trade in when I got my PS3 were God of War 1 and 2. I wanted to play the whole trilogy again after GOW: 3 comes out.

Megaton3820d ago

I'm buying a PSP just for this game as well. I'm putting it off though, in case they decide to make a special edition God of War PSP around launch.