But also look at the last bit of games released for the PS2 and the end of it's hardware life. They pumped every single bit of juice out of the machine and really had some visually amazing games.
And I'll be getting it for the 360 (just until the PC version comes out), as it's just been easier, especially with a headset to connect and play on the 360. Not to mention didn't the PS3 version have some multiplayer hacking?
Using a steering wheel on a Burnout game is like using the Space Shuttle controls to fly a kite.