That you own a PlayStation 2.
Okami is released next week. It looks like sumi-e, ink wash paintings.
Very interested in Okami, mainly because of the art style. It features a gameplay control innovation that may or may not work well with the analog stick. You actually control an inkbrush during points in the game to draw gestures. These gestures then affect the environment in different ways. This gameplay is more easily shown than described, and can be viewed on Okami’s Amazon product page, via the magic of embedded flash video.
While beautiful, I’m looking forward to seeing how the game handles. That’s where the game really lies.