Devil May Cry, Grand Theft Auto, Ace Combat, Virtua Fighter, Disgaea, Ico, FFVII (backward compatibility rules ;D), to name a very, very few quality games for the PS2.
It really does have somthing for everyone, except people who like Nintendo's first party games, that's all that is missing from what people say is good about the GC compared ot the PS2.
I wouldn't mind a Final Fantasy that plays like number 7, a Secret Mana, Pro Evolution and a new Metal Gear that is as good as the first or Twin Snakes if you haven't played that..
Oh and have you been practicing your crouching in game Bonus boy?
Quite simply because the PS2 has a bigger range of games from every genre conceivable, and many exclusives hich areconsidered to be the best in the industry.
The graphics on the PS2 are the worst of the three consoles for most games, but there are a few which make the other two look a bit silly.
Killzone in particular is an excellently realised piece of art, but the low resolution and resulting aliasing mean most people will doom it to have "bad" graphics, if only they know what they were talking about, we'd all be much better off :D
I have to admit there is a lot. Most of them are pretty good though, especiall Mario Party, but I do think that they are missing some of the great mini games like them in Mario Party 1.
> I reckon that the gamecube is awesome, but what it really lacks are
> really big games that aren't mario titles
I'd disagree - there are two big Mario games alongside about twenty exclusives worth getting on the GameCube. With loads to come.