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Xbox 360 Has More Exclusives Than PS3, Says Aaron Greenberg

by Ernice Gilbert on March 27th, 2011, under Hot, Microsoft, News, PS3, Sony, Xbox 360

Forget Uncharted, Killzone, inFamous, The Last Guardian, LittleBigPlanet, GT5, Heavy Rain – and all the other countless PS3 exclusive games. Just forget them because according to Xbox 360 front man Aaron Greenberg, that’s just a small number compared to the sheer amount of exclusives that are on the 360.

Yes indeed, that’s what he said.

Microsoft Will Take A Wait And See Approach With 3D Says Greenberg

by Ernice Gilbert on June 23rd, 2010, under News, Xbox 360

Sony’s E3 presser was loaded with 3D presentations, in fact the hardware giant presented a good portion of its show in 3D. Games like Gran Turismo 5, Killzone 3 and others was shown as 3D compatible and according to Sony, in the future, almost all its titles will support the tech.

But Microsoft’s taking a wait and see approach according to Xbox boss, Aaron Greenberg, and in an E3 interview with VG247, he relayed his thoughts on the push by Sony to make 3D universal.

Sony Responds to Greenberg’s Sales Comments

by Ernice Gilbert on June 10th, 2010, under News, Sony

Yesterday, Microsoft’s front for everything Xbox went on his twitter account to express his joy on some NPD figures that were released. He said, “Just in from research team (NPD): Halo 3 has outsold Resistance 1 + 2, Uncharted 1+2, Killzone 2 and God of War III COMBINED….wow.”

Those comments sent the internet haywire, and now in a recent interview with Edge, Sony UK boss, Ray Maguire, was asked how he feels about the situation.

Aaron Greenberg Says Project Natal $200 Price Point is Only “Speculation”

by Ernice Gilbert on May 17th, 2010, under News, Project Natal

Earlier today speculation began circulating the web that Project Natal will cost $200. Well according to Xbox 360 frontman, Aaron Greenberg, said rumor is “pure speculation”.

Leaving Out Blu-ray Is Key To 360 Outselling PS3 Says Greenberg

by Ernice Gilbert on March 16th, 2010, under Microsoft, Xbox 360, Xbox Live

Aaron Greenberg, if you’ve been following the gaming industry for some time now, then you know the Microsoft frontman. He’s the Xbox product director and speaking to Edge, he said leaving out Blu-ray from the Xbox 360 is the reason they’re in the lead today. After all, “[Xbox 360's] a $100 cheaper”.

Xbox 360 Offers More Exclusives Than PS3 Says Greenberg

by Ernice Gilbert on February 17th, 2010, under Microsoft, Sony

Thought PS3 was loaded with exclusives and Xbox 360 was lagging behind playing second fiddle? Nope says Aaron Greenberg, in fact, according to the man, there are more exclusives on Xbox 360 than any other platform.

For Microsoft, Natal Will last Five Years

by Ernice Gilbert on February 15th, 2010, under Project Natal, Xbox 360

Five years is the lifespan Microsoft’s Project Natal will enjoy from the time it’s released this fall, says Aaron Greenberg.

“The richness of the technology is going to really enable us experiences that had never existed before,” he told CVG. “And we’re not just speaking about what we’re doing this year, but I think two, three, four, five years from now as this evolves.”

At E3, Natal Might Just Be Blessed With A Real Name

by Ernice Gilbert on February 15th, 2010, under Microsoft

Project Natal as it’s called now, will be on sale in the fall but according to Microsoft’s front man Aaron Greenberg, come E3 2010, a plethora of information will be released, it might even get a formal name.

These Five People Keep The Gaming Industry Exciting

by Ernice Gilbert on February 2nd, 2010, under Editorials

In every segment of society, there are folks who make themselves known to everyone. They do things that regular people would only do if they were under the influence of alcohol and say things not even politicians dare utter. Yes some folks abhor those type of people but the majority mostly love to hate them.

In the gaming industry, we have our share of said characters and although we get riled up anytime something unorthodox blurts out of their mouths, we all know the industry would be a dull place without them.

And here they are:

For Microsoft, Natal Is Japanese Market Reviver

by Ernice Gilbert on January 19th, 2010, under industry news

According to Aaron Greenberg, Japanese developers who are hoping to revitalize the domestic gaming industry, should look towards Project Natal and steer away from trying to create the next Call of Duty or Halo.