Arctic Edge dev hopes people will think so.
The PSP has shown itself to be a very capable handheld games console, with the likes of God of War: Chains of Olympus and Resistance Retribution demonstrating the kind of visuals it can pump out. MotorStorm: Arctic Edge developer BigBig Studios, however, hopes its game will trump them all.
Speaking to VideoGamer.com last week, game director Richard Ogden said that he's "confident" Arctic Edge will be a cut above the competition on its release and that he hopes "people will look at it as one of the best-looking PSP games, if not the best looking PSP game".
"I'm pretty confident," said Ogden when asked if the game will be a cut above the competition. "Obviously I've not seen a lot else that's coming out this year, but I do think from revamping and revising our engine we're definitely squeezing more out of it."
"It's the same engine we used on Pursuit Force One and Two, so we've taken our knowledge and moved forward from there. It's kind of honed in if you like. I'm hoping people will look at it as one of the best looking PSP games, if not the best looking PSP game, ever, maybe this year."
MotorStorm: Arctic Edge is currently without a release date, but is due before the end of the year.
From what you've seen of MotorStorm: Arctic Edge do you think it'll be one of the best looking PSP games ever? Let us know in the comments section below.