MS hypes 360’s “biggest year ever”

Ben Parfitt
MS hypes 360’s “biggest year ever”

With Xbox 360 entering its fifth year on the market, the pressure is on Microsoft’s machine to keep up its strong momentum – something that Microsoft Game Studios’ corporate VP Phil Spencer believes won’t prove a problem.

“2010 is shaping up to be the biggest year ever for Xbox 360,” the exec claimed.

“Across the portfolio, we have an unparalleled line-up of blockbuster games and exclusive experiences, the likes of which have never been seen before.”

Exclusive titles on the way in the coming months include Halo: Reach, Fable III, Alan Wake, Crackdown 2, Splinter Cell Conviction, Lips: Party Classics and this Friday’s Mass Effect 2.

There’s also the retro-themed digital portal Game Room on Xbox Live as well as Xbox Live Arcade offerings Toy Soldiers and Scrap Metal – and a timed period of exclusivity on Modern Warfare 2’s upcoming DLC.

Add to that a few multiformat big-hitters such as Final Fantasy XIII, BioShock 2 and Lost Planet 2.


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