They should of sent out a new game by now yes, perhaps choose a game with higher availability, even if it's medium they will try to send you a different game. And think about it, with a DVD you watch a movie once and send it back, with a video game you can play it for maybe even weeks depending on the game, it's a fair deal IMO.
Microsoft has a contract and I assume they pay them good, Sony probably wouldn't (and rightfully so, it's only a month) and probably couldn't even if they wanted to, as Microsoft already has the contract.
You know, Sony once had a contract for the Ps2 GTA games, so that for a few years (I think) they couldn't be released on Xbox or PC
But yeah, PSN is free so we wait a month, either that or you pay $40 (?) a year, game for free or get DLC a month early, your choice
And btw, Sony has more first-party exclusives than Xbox, in fact I think this year the Wii had more than the Xbox
Nothing has been announced yet except there will be Co-Op, Saint's Row 2 had a max of 2 players for free-roam (along with a competitive multiplayer mode for more), but I don't know, if the dev's wanted to they could put 16 or more, but will they? I don't know, nobody does except maybe the deb's themselves, look out for more info as it is released.
I do believe Far Cry 2 is exactly that, but I have never played it and I don't know if it's good, you might want to look into it. And like the above comment said Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas are both great (play F03 first).
Probably not, infinity ward is no way involved in Halo at all, and its a first party Xbox exclusive (just as Uncharted, Metal Gear Solid and Little Big Planet are PS3 first party titles), meaning they are only released on a specific console.Microsoft (Xbox) likely won't let Halo go, considering the massive sales it produces. Call Of Duty is a multiplatform game, so it is released on multiple consoles.