Wow. Microsoft's end of the year must be pretty empty if they're taking titles from an already empty early 2011 to bolster it. Soooo, MS? You regretting shutting down nearly all your first party development yet?
Last Halo by Bungie, last Gears of War, Alan Wake fizzled, Crackdown 2 destroyed the Crackdown franchise that could have been, Fable's meh after the disappointment that was Fable 2, driving Forza with your hands now that they've removed the steering wheel from retailers, and Peter Molyneux is fast becoming the PR spokesman that rarely delivers what he promises. (Bye, Milo. Sad we never got to know ya!)
Then again, MS has Kinect. Who needs games like those that sold all those 360's when you got a webcam that can't game while you're sitting? In Kinect MS trusts.
I think Sony's strategy of having Move bolster the games people bought the console for, being entirely optional, and allowing for cheaper Move-based games for those who want Move-only experiences is the smartest. Also, the "Buy as you need it," piecemeal plan is a page right out of MS's "Buy the proprietary HD later, buy the battery pack later, buy Live later, buy the proprietary memory card later" playbook that made the 360 appear cheaper than the PS3.
It'll be interesting to see how everything plays out.