At the Xbox E3 briefing, Microsoft showcased an extraordinary lineup of Xbox One-exclusive titles and announced backward compatibility, fueling the greatest games lineup in Xbox history, this holiday and beyond. Sony also had their press conference the same day announcing their game lineup for PS4. While each of them had their own exclusives, Microsoft executive Aaron Greenberg thinks Microsoft’s lineup for better. Why is it so? He is not biased and he has a reason for it.
“Sony, in particular had a good show. They focused on fan favorite games and you know they have a different kind of line up than we do this year. They definitely have some games that I am looking forward to. They have Uncharted 4 which looked great. It’s exciting to see everyone kind of bringing their games and surprises. At the end of the day we do sort of have a scorecard that states how many games did we showed versus how many they showed. It was interesting because both showed off 25 games and 11 exclusive games. We showed 7 exclusives coming this Holiday and at least from our count we did not see any of their [exclusive] games confirmed for this year. I think that really is the big difference,”