The final Bungie-produced Halo game, Halo: Reach, will finally be available for the Xbox 360 this week. If you've yet to purchase an Xbox 360 system (or are just looking to upgrade to the one of the newer Xbox 360 systems with a bigger hard drive), it'll also be available in a 250 GB Halo: Reach System Bundle.
In an excellent example of counterprogramming, this week also marks the release of Sony's PlayStation Move motion controller. The new way to play PlayStation 3 games will be available in a PlayStation Move Starter Bundle which includes a PlayStation Move controller, a PlayStation Eye camera and a copy of Sports Champions and as a 320 GB Move System Bundle which also includes a PS3 system.
A trio of Sony-published, Move-enabled games will join the motion controller on store shelves this week. They include the pet simulator EyePet, the racing game
Kung Fu Rider and the party game
Start the Party!. Ubisoft has a Move game ready for release this week as well, a PS3 version of Racquet Sports.