Sadly, I'll have to agree with you, Lance. Although It should be more of a success than the PSP version (because when you face the sheer numbers, PSP and PS3 sales are the lowest of the current gen. I hope Sony follows Nintendo's example and learns from their mistake, kinda like Nintendo learned form their mistakes in the Game Cube), I don't think it's sell well enough to be considered a success. Of course, it'll only ever be re-released if the series successfully revives itself, but at the moment, you can speculate all you want as to whether or not that'll happen, only time will tell.
@Brax: You're kidding, right? So you actually think that matters to a Japanese company, where the main focus is sales in Japan? Odds are, if it's not named Final Fantasy or World of Warcraft, most people won't know what it is here in the US. I had to spell it out to the guy at gamestop when I preordered, as he'd never heard of the series. In fact, nobody whom was in that store had even heard of it. Unknown games don't sell as well as the overrated ones, simple fact of life.
It's kinda like how everyone says FF7 is 'teh awesome' even though it's LAME compared to 6, and how everyone seems to think Sephiroth is the 'ultimate villain' despite the fact that he ultimately failed in the end, whereas in 6, Kefka actually succeeded and took over the world. Even though to many of us, Suikoden is by far the better series, with better storytelling and the like, the sad truth is that people don't care, simply because it's not Final Fantasy, and because if I recall correctly, Suikoden I came out around the same time as the highly overrated FFVII. 'OMG Teh 3D' vs Suikoden I. Keeping in mind that human beings are NOT BORN WITH intelligence, that it is a LEARNED trait, and that anyone who works in retail can tell you that the vast majority of people are freaking idiots, what do you think is going to sell well? This probably really hurt the Suikoden series in the long run, and is one of the reasons why it's still somewhat unknown to most US gamers.