Sony is slowly but surely spreading the word about its PSP portable gaming system in Japan. Following last month's PlayStation Meeting, where the system was first shown to the Japanese press, company representatives have been discussing the merits of the system to Japanese gaming publications, among them Famitsu PS2. The sister magazine to the popular Weekly Famitsu managed to flag down SCE Executive Vice President Saeki Masatsuka for some comments regarding the state of the system.
Masatsuka, who's in charge of overall hardware strategy at SCE, made use of PlayStation father Ken Kutaragi's very own terminology when offering to the magazine, "The PSP, with certainty, inherits the DNA of the PlayStation family. It's not a multimedia machine. It's completely part of this industry (the game industry)."
News source: ign.com