It's also another thing to point out that a whole bunch of developers for the ps3 have already switched camps from ps to x360 and wii because not many people are buying the ps3. That's one of the reasons resident evil 5 is going to be out on the x360. After that, it's another reason why several new games being released on x360 and wii are also released on ps2 still because people are still buying ps2's and not many people are buying ps3's.
I'd get a 360 for sure. In the meantime, the wii is cool as ****, and if you do want to just get that for some odd reason, you won't be disappointed. New cool stuff like resident evil 4 wii edition came out and that is really cool when i tried it. R4 in true widescreen, slightly better graphics, and you do get to aim your guns with the wiimote.
I was thinking about getting a 360 about 6 months ago, but i said no. I remembered that one time i got a gamecube for my bday and how it came with the kickass rogue squadron game for it. But, i only touched the gamecube 3 times, a year later i sold it. I'm just a pure pc gamer at heart. Given that the 360 is a windows based machine also, you could probably run fs2 scp on it. But, microsoft is a ***** when it comes to people playing homebrew games on their consoles. The bigger picture is yes if i got a 360 no fs2 for me on it. I would actually touch a 360 if i got one, but, naaah, i'm a computer gamer. And i don't particularly care for many console games ported to computers either (except for lego star wars 2). The cool thing is when people port computer games to consoles. FEAR, halflife, doom, UT, etc on consoles is great (basically i'm talking about those really good proven computer games getting ported to console). PC games generally have more depth to them, and definitely more control and modifying than console games in the least.