September is also a strong month. Let's get to it...
Project Gotham Racing 4
Developer: Bizarre Creations
Publisher: Microsoft Games Studios
Release Date: September 3rd
Day 1 purchase for me since I've purchased every other PGR game since #2 on release day. The addition of motorcycles and weather are just pluses to this already awesome racing series. The only minus is that this game will probably come out at $59.99 instead of $49.99 like PGR3 did.
Developer: Ninja Theory
Publisher: Sony CEA
Release Date: September 4th (maybe)
This game was also shown off at E3 at length. It looks interesting, but it also looks like a combination between God of War and Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath in the gameplay between the main character and her sister that you play about 20% of the game as. I think it would have to have a really good story to get people interested in it. If I had a PS3 I might be interested, but this might also be a rental before I make a decision.
Developer: Black Box
Publisher: EA Games
Release Date: September 5th (360)/September 18th (PS3)
This game should be interesting since it is a new IP for Electronic Arts. Obviously they are going after Tony Hawk nation and the controls sound pretty intuitive. Much like many other cross-platform games it is looking like the 360 version is out before the PS3 one.
Publisher: Namco Bandai Games
Release Date: September 17th
This RPG certainly looks interesting. It is based around real-life composer Frederic Chopin's final hours before his death in 1848. He dreams of a fairy tale universe with children that have diseases that populate it. The graphics look fantastic and the musical composition that I have heard in movies is like heaven. This is a key 3rd party RPG for the 360.
Developer: Bungie Studios
Publisher: Microsoft Games Studio
Release Date: September 25th
So, maybe you've heard of this game? It's going to sell like hotcakes and probably sell 360 systems as well, especially for those people who have been waiting for the next game in the series.