Why 2009 is a bad year for Xbox 360

Holiday season is on the anvil in US and year 2009 has being kind of lackluster year for Xbox 360, since it’s launch Xbox had a great run during 2007 which saw titles like Halo 3, Mass Effect, Crackdown and Forza Motorsport hit the shelves and soared sales figures for Xbox 360, Year 2008 saw releases like Fable II and Left 4 Dead, this is in comparison to the time when Sony was struggling to find a place for PS3 in the battle of consoles, year 2009 completely belongs to Sony and they have finally pulled up their socks to get things right for PS3.

Year 2009 saw titles for PS3 like Killzone 2, Infamous, Ratchet and Clank Future: A Crack In Time, little big planet, demon’s soul and the big release for the year Uncharted 2: Among Theives, so clearly Sony pounced back on the sales chart with PS3 slim and year 2010 looks to be interesting one for both Xbox 360 and PS3, because now even Netflix has announced that it would be offering streaming service on PSN, Xbox 360 has a good line-up for 2010, so here’s a look at PS3 titles head to head with Xbox 360 titles

God of War III PS3 vs Splinter Cell: Conviction Xbox 360

MAG PS3 vs Mass Effect 2 Xbox 360

Gran Turismo 5 PS3 vs Halo Reach Xbox 360

Heavy Rain PS3 vs Alan Wake Xbox 360

Quantum Theory PS3 vs Left 4 Dead 2 Xbox 360

Agent PS3 vs Crackdown 2 Xbox 360

Resistance 3 PS3 vs Fable III Xbox 360

I am looking out for Aliens Vs Predator, Max Payne 3 in the year 2010, i have put of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 off my buying list becuase the pricing is ridiculous for India at Rs 3499 which comes close to $74, i would rather buy it on second sale few months later

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One Response to Why 2009 is a bad year for Xbox 360

  1. Haeoneronen says:

    There’s a great anime and gaming discussion board here: forums.hakuanime.net

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