What do you know? Rockstar Games, the guys who made GTA (in case you didn't know) teamed up with Timbaland to give PSP fans the Beaterator. From what I've said so far, you can't possibly have a clue about this game, unless you've searched the web before for this title, which is again, unlikely. Developed by Rockstar Leeds, the game will be available this summer for the PSP system being both a powerful music mixer with robust beat-making features, as well as a great collection of original music and rhythm games and challenge modes. All this right in your pocket, available to reach for whenever you wish, whether you're on the go or just hanging out somewhere.
The PSP porting of this powerful music sequencer should bring the same easy-to-pick up and play user interface, tailored to Sony's handheld's features this time.
"Music has always been a hugely important part of everything we do here," said Sam Houser, Founder and Executive Producer of Rockstar Games. "Two years ago, we launched a web-based version of Beaterator on our own website and people really embraced it. That inspired us to build and create something very interactive and unique. Having Timbaland involved in the game is a real honor and only adds to our excitement about the title."
Words on Timbaland's behalf reveal the publisher's long time sympathy for Rockstar Games, and their excitement for the partnership on this matter: "I've always been a huge fan of Rockstar and love playing their games. I'm thrilled to be partnering with them and making music for Beaterator. I cannot wait to get this in the hands of our fans!"