There are some great games on there now, and lot we're looking forward to, but why are we waiting so long between new releases? There's a demand for these games that's obviously not being met. While I'm not quite sure if I believe the story, Peter Moore has a reason for the lack of new content. Here's what he told Edge magazine:
Moore: "Here's what happened - people didn't believe that Arcade was going to fly. So we went round a year and a half ago as we were doing the final plans for launching 360, and told our publishing friends that here's what we think is really cool idea, where you could make games for hundreds of thousands of dollars instead of tens of millions, and at very low risk, but people didn't believe it. And we released it and it blew the doors down. Now all of a sudden we're in this phase where Sega, Namco, Konami, Midway... they want some of that. But we do have an important quality bar in place - we could probably throw 300 games up there quickly, and we are trying to get the independent guys going as well. It's almost going to be like Pop Idol, where someone will pop out suddenly - Geometry Wars is a great example."