Sony's PSP has the power to produce games which not only match the output on PS2, but in some cases titles on the PS3, Ready at Dawn co-founder and creative director Ru Weerasuriya has told VideoGamer.com.
Asked if the PSP has a future as a gaming platform, Weerasuriya said: "It can. It can if you make it more attainable, on the software side, on the ease of use, on the PSN side. Yes you can get there but I think PSP as a platform, as purely a hardware, technologically: it's an awesome platform. It does things that not many people know it can do."
He added: "Just power-wise, it is something that can rival a lot of games if not the majority of games on PS2 and even some on PS3.