Yeah, I've played the PSP that hasn't yet come down here yet in a demo, and I have to admit, the graphics are amazing!
Yet, I've just had a thoguht. I've read it only has a 64mb vid card compared to the PS2's 128mb card, yet have you thought that maybe it doesn't need as much memory because it won't be needing as high a resolution? I think its still quite capable of producing PS2 style visuals
Nintendo DS (good views?)
I don't think I'll be getting one, but since I've seen my mates Nintendo DS, I've felt sorry for Nintendo every bit more since games dont really make much use of the 2 screens very much, with most games only using it as a map. With Nintendo going for more Revolution with games, Developers dont seem to be grasping the posibilties, and this is what drags Nintendo down. They sometimes choose the wrong ideas, yet if it was a a touch 1-screen, I think that would have been more useful, or a fold away second screen at the top instead of the main one being the top un-touchable one, which would have made more sense to the view of when your playing. At least then Developers wouldn't feel forced to use both screens and at the moment seem scared to keep the bottom one blank
I like the idea for Sonic Rush using Dual Screens though. That looks awsome, so it can have some good uses if a Developer chooses to have it, though using it for a map I think is pretty useless in some respects and can put you off.
I definietly think PSP can shine, and I'm sure it will