PSP title Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters appears to be on its way to PlayStation 2 next year, judging by reports from retail and the US ratings board.

According to a listing on GameStop (uncovered by Kotaku), the PS2 port will cost USD 29.99 and should be out on 12th February 2008.

Meanwhile, the US Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) search engine returns Size Matters' entry as PlayStation 2 and PSP.

Sony said it would get back to us about the game's status as a PS2 title soon.

Like the PS2 and PS3 titles in the same series, Size Matters is a mixture of platform gaming and shoot-'em-up. Unlike the home console versions, which were developed by Insomniac, Size Matters was put together by High Impact Games.

If it does make the transition to PS2, it will be in good company, following in footsteps already trodden by Grand Theft Autos Liberty and Vice City Stories, and, er, Tokobot. Silent Hill Origins is rumoured to be taking a similar path.

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