Okami must be one of the least-played classics around which is actually a shame. Modified by the now defunct Clover Studios, Okami was a strongly Zelda-influenced adventure incorporating impressive cel-shaed Japanese ink painted visuals with a drawing mechanic that let you influence the world by actually drawing items into existence, and using the same painting abilities to slash enemies to ribbons.
Amaterasu, the sun goddess returns to Nippon in order to refine it and infuse it with life and bring the glorious colors back to the land. The ultimate destination is to outdo the evil Orochi. The wonderful graphic system makes the long adventure more interesting. A few of them are quite impressive presentation.
If you didn’t experience the Wii port or the original PS2 release, then you are lucky, because the PS3 is about to get a HD version of the game, and it is all about Move support as well. Okami is the game which is making proper use of the technology. Accelerated by the increasing sensitivity of the PS3 Move, the game resolution will be much better.