We’ve heard it before, and now we’ve heard it again. At X10 yesterday, Microsoft’s Aaron Greenberg reiterated to Kotaku that 2010 will be “the biggest year in the history of Xbox,” and indeed, the lineup of games shown off at the event was impressive. Crackdown 2, Halo: Reach, Alan Wake, Fable III, Splinter Cell: Conviction, Dead Rising 2 and Lost Planet 2 were all in attendance.
“To be this early in the year and able to have an E3-quality line-up with triple-A blockbuster titles, that really speaks to how big a year this will be for us,” Greenberg said excitedly. “This is just a glimpse of the quality of products we’re going to bring throughout the full year.
‘If you’re a core gamer we’ve never ever had a lineup like this all in one year, plus Natal, plus everything we’re doing around Xbox Live innovation. Last year, we saved a lot of our big news for E3. This year, we absolutely have a lot of big news for E3, but we have so much that we are starting early.
“It’s going to be a big year…it’s going to be the biggest year in the history of Xbox,” he concluded.