February is good, yes.
March is simply unbelievable, though.
February has Winning Eleven 8 (supposedly best soccer franchise on a console), Project: Snowblind (Halo type shooter), and Brothers in Arms (has the potential to surpass the PC's Call of Duty as best WWII shooter). I may get Snowblind, depending if it gets great reviews, and I will most definitely get Brothers in Arms. The trailers for it are just mind-blowing. It has amazing graphics, amazing sound, supposedly great AI, and most importantly, you actually have serious control over a squad of rifleman, like in Full Spectrum Warrior or even Freedom Fighters. Unlike FSW, you actually control a shooter as well, and unlike FF it's supposed to be realistic. And best of all - in multiplayer it's not just your single guy against a single enemy, it's your squad against his squad. This I have to see!
March has the following slated for release: Star Wars: Republic Commando (like Brothers in Arms but in space, you control a squad of clone troopers), Cold Fear (Resident Evil type game), Fight Night Round 2 (boxing sim), Close Combat (like BIA and SW:RC, but this is set in modern day combat with Marines doing urban pacification - what's with the sudden glut of shooters with squad control?), Doom 3 (earliest reviews say it beats Halo 2), Timesplitters 3 (another great shooter franchise), Iron Phoenix (think Dead or Alive Online, but you can have multiple people in a single fight, like Unreal Tournament 2004), and Splinter Cell 3. And those are just the games that suit my particular taste, there are many more coming. I'll most likely get Doom 3 and SW:RC, and I'll see how reviews are for the others.....
Oh yeah, Pulsar has spoken the correct - the pre-XMas games weren't so hot (except for KOTOR 2 and Prince of Persia 2), and Mercenaries, Punisher, and Mechassault are the cream of the crop right now. Small warnings - Mercenaries RULES, it is a timesink and will eat you alive ;-) Punisher may not be your cup of tea if you don't really like the comic, and Mechassault has weak single player but phenomenal multiplayer.