The Playstation 2 game console supports two controllers out of the box, and also has USB and firewire connections for peripherals. I bought the Monster Gamelink Cables for the PS2, and I use it as a DVD player. The PS2 only supports 480p in addition to the 480i mode of standard TVs unlike the Xbox. My model of PS2 also supports 480p output with component video cables.
The PS2 controller is very nice to hold, and has places lots of buttons at your fingertips. It is symetrical with four trigger buttons, there are four buttons for the right thumb, a directional pad for the left thumb, and two analog sticks. The vibration is very quiet and powerful.
|Game||Widescreen Support||Video Modes||Players||Genre|
|Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance||no||480i||1-2||RPG|
|Grand Theft Auto III||yes||480i||1||RPG / Driving|
|Metal Arms - Glitch in the System||no||480i||1-2||Shooter|
|Simpsons Road Rage||ok||480i||1-2||Driving|
|Tenchu Wrath of Heaven||no||480p||1-2||Action|
|Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur Macht||no||480i||1||RPG|
A note on widescreen support: 'yes' means the game explicitly supports widescreen format. 'good' means the game does not explicitly support widescreen, but looks good stretched, while 'ok' means the game does not explicitly support widescreen, and looks ok stretched.
Not nearly as cool as those walkthrough or game FAQ sites, but I've written up some of the things I found helpful, and I hope you will to.