CES is the first major trade show of 2009 and G4 wanted to catch up with Aaron Greenberg, Microsoft's Group Product Manager for Xbox 360, to talk about 2008 as well as what they have planned for the 360 in 2009.
They asked about the Xbox 360's holiday performance and found out where Microsoft sees its console's position with regard to the Wii and PS3. They learned some interesting things about Microsoft's recent push in Europe, which led to a lead over the PS3 in the region.
Even though Microsoft hasn't announced too many big, exclusive games for 2009, Greenberg explains that Microsoft is looking to take a different approach to hyping up games. There's a lot of great info about the New Xbox Experience and what the future hint: Gamers might not be seeing the next console from Microsoft anytime soon as the Xbox 360 has a "very long life ahead."
Aaron chats about Sony's Home, the chances of a PS3 price-drop in 2009, the differences between both company's digital distribution strategies and much more in G4's in-depth CES 2009 interview.