On a recent podcast, Microsoft exec Aaron Greenberg commented that there would be a "triple-A exclusive" for almost every month in the first half of 2010, citing Alan Wake and Crackdown 2 as examples.
Shacknews has extracted a juicy bit of release data from Major Nelson's recent podcast regarding two highly-anticipated Xbox 360-exclusives. At the 32-minute mark of the podcast, Microsoft exec Aaron Greenberg revealed "we have a triple-A exclusive title pretty much every month for the first half of the year."
Greenberg includes Mass Effect 2 and Splinter Cell: Conviction as representatives of the first two months of 2010 (releasing on January 26 and February 23, respectively). Two other games that should presumably land before July, according to Greenberg, will be the oft-delayed Alan Wake and Crackdown 2.
Between the aforementioned Xbox 360 exclusives, BioShock 2, Final Fantasy XIII, and the PS3's one-two punch of Heavy Rain and God of War III, the first half of 2010 is looking like Christmas II right now. Anyone think some more delays are in order?