David Jaffe has proffered a rather lewd, crude and 'interesting' description of Sony's NGP (PSP2) - but it looks like he's a fan.
Speaking via Twitter, the God Of War and Twisted Metal creator made his excitement for the console - which Sony announced on Thursday morning - clear from the off.
He said: "I like the NGP from what I've seen of it! I want one!"
However, that wasn't before a rather more bizarre description of why Jaffe's EatSleepPlay studio won't be working on games for the machine just yet. (Warning: Censorship is at play here, but this ain't for kids).
Jaffe wrote: "New hardware is like new p**sy. It's exciting at first but after you've experienced enough fresh vagina over the years - while there's still always a bit of excitement when something new comes along - you learn that sooner than later, the new and exciting becomes the standard and dependable and so it's best to just stay focused and [grateful] on what you've got at the moment and if you need to make a change, it'll just happen organically."
He added: "And yes, Edge, you can use that quote for your SoundBytes section. I made it JUST FOR YOU! :)"
Not if CVG gets there first, big man.
Jaffe later clarified his gigglesome post by stating that, although EatSleepPlay isn't working on any NGP titles, hes still a fan:
"It was not anti-NGP at all. I'm just saying we are grateful Sony is letting us make games for the PS3 and if NGP is in our future, that will rock but it's not something I'm thinking about cause I'm so focused, happy, and [grateful] 4 the hardware we're currently using."
Jaffe's modern day reworking of Twisted Metal is due for release exclusively on PS3 later this year.