Microsoft has pumped out a press release trumpeting a "blockbuster line-up" for this spring and beyond.
Are these the big-ticket Xbox 360 exclusives we've been waiting to hear about?
No. The only non-downloadable Xbox 360 exclusive is Gears of War 3, which is due 20th September with a beta mid-April.
It's on Xbox Live Arcade where Microsoft claims the most exclusives: gory platform game The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile; action-RPG Torchlight and downloadable Kinect games The Gunstringer and Once Upon a Master.
The former is a Wild West played out by marionette puppets while the latter is a Sesame Street-themed adventure by Tim Schafer's Double Fine.
Does DLC count as a platform exclusive? If it does, notch Halo: Reach Defiant Map Pack and Fable III Traitor's Keep up, too.
As for multiplatform games, Microsoft named many: Crysis 2, Homefront, Batman: Arkham City and Shift 2: Unleashed. Promising downloadable games Child of Eden and Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime were picked out, too.
The remainder is the Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood add-on the Da Vinci Disappearance.
- Gears of War 3 - 20th September
- Halo: Reach Defiant Map Pack (DLC) - 15th March, 800 Microsoft Points
- Fable III Traitor's Keep (DLC) - 1st March, 560 Microsoft Points
- The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile (XBLA) - 2011
- Torchlight (XBLA) - 9th March, 1200 Microsoft Points
- The Gunstringer (Kinect XBLA) - 2011
- Once Upon a Monster (Kinect XBLA) - autumn
- Crysis 2 (PC, PS3, Xbox 360) - 25th March
- Beyond Good & Evil HD (PSN, XBLA) - 2nd March, 800 Microsoft Points
- Homefront (PC, PS3, Xbox 360) - 18th March
- Child of Eden (XBLA, PSN) - "later this year"
- Batman: Arkham City (PC, PS3, Xbox 360) - autumn
- Shift 2: Unleashed (PC, PS3, Xbox 360) - 1st April
- Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood - The Da Vinci Disappearance (PSN, XBL) (DLC) - 2011
- Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime (PC, PS3, Xbox 360) - March