Videogamer writes: "Microsoft's very own Major Nelson, Microsoft's Entertainment and Devices division senior vice president Don Mattrick has revealed the company did experience problems meeting the high consumer demand for Xbox 360 over the holiday period in North America.
"We had some shortages. We weren't able to deliver enough hardware against the demand in the market. That's a great problem to have. We're addressing that in the coming year. It's going to take us a little time to ramp up the manufacturing, but we're really encouraged that people purchased as many games and as many boxes as they did on our platform and we think that bodes well for the future," said Mattrick.
Mattrick also assured Xbox 360 gamers that the console will have a vast line-up of titles available over the coming year.
"There's a great line-up of titles and we're going to be announcing that over the coming months, some of them first-party, a lot of them third-party," he said. "I just think people are really bullish on our platform, on the numbers we're achieving in terms of attach rates, sales, and most importantly on quality."