Microsoft resurrected its Xbox 360 expo with X10, the first since 2006, anchoring the event with high-profile games slated for 2010 along with the coming launch of Xbox Live Game Room.  As reported in Edge-Online, Microsoft adopted a tone for the event set by director of product management Aaron Greenberg, who declared 2010 as the biggest year in the history of Xbox.  The X10 game lineup was dominated by sequels, with Microsoft showcasing Halo: Reach, Crackdown 2, Fable III, and its sole original IP game Alan Wake.  Third-party fare was also primarily sequels, with Ubisoft’s Splinter Cell: Conviction, Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XIII, Capcom’s pair of sequels Lost Planet 2 and Dead Rising 2, and downloadable content for EA’s Left4Dead2 on display.  Edge-Online seems to express the most excitement for the upcoming launch of Game Room, a cross between Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation 3 Home as a virtual place where avatars can gather and play classic arcade and console games.  The news outlet says more than 30 games were announced at X10 for the virtual arcade.  Read more at Edge-Online.