Publisher Activision has announced that it will be supporting the PlayStation Portable with two software titles when the handheld console launches in North America next year, with Spider-Man 2 and Tony Hawks Underground 2 both headed to the system.
The PSP version of Spider-Man 2 is being created for the company by Shaba Games, while Vicarious Visions have been tasked with bringing Tony Hawk's Underground 2 to the forthcoming console.
Activision president Kathy Vrabeck had a few enthusiastic words to share about the PSP in the company's official statment, describing it as "an exciting new platform that combines processing power with a sleek new look that will appeal to an older demographic."
"By matching our top brands like Tony Hawk's Underground 2 and Spider-Man 2 with the new entertainment device, we are able to broaden our consumer base and leverage our franchises into new areas," she concluded.
The PSP (which is currently scheduled to launch in the USA in Q1 next year) isn't the only new console Activision will be supporting out the door - the company has also confirmed that a version of Spider-Man 2 will accompany the launch of the Nintendo DS next month.