While recovering from the holidays, I saw that Kotaku had this article running which mapped out the release for the rest of the year. By looking at it, it doesn't really seem like there's much (if anything) left to wait for depending on the platforms you own.
I'd swear that in previous years, companies sometimes waited till the last minute to get their games out there. Releases were staggered all over the holiday, but this meant that while you might get excited about a game, there was also a possibility that it might not ACTUALLY ship before the holiday deadline. So on one hand this is good because things are out well in advance, but it does take a bit of the mystery out of the holiday.
This year, we had a couple major release drops over the past couple weeks and that was it. Gears of War, Rainbow 6 Vegas and Superman Returns on the 360 and the launches of the Playstation 3 and the Nintendo Wii. Now, there are like just a handful of worthwhile original titles to be released that aren't ports (Star Trek: Legacy, Elebits, and Full Auto 2 are the main ones that come to mind), remakes or kids games across ALL of the platforms.
Is this just a trend with the new consoles? Or is this another casualty of the rising cost of triple A game titles? Looking forward to anything that hasn't been released yet or are you waiting to pickup one of those titles from a couple weeks ago?