You guys aren't the only ones who think it's madness to squeeze all of the biggest games of the year into a tiny release window leading up to Christmas.
Retailers don't like it either, particularly when the UK games retail software market generated just £8.5 million in sales last week, its lowest total in over a decade, according to MCV
HMV CEO Simon Fox told the site: "We would love to see some blockbusters available earlier in the year, there is no question about that whatsoever.
"It would be fantastic to have some summer releases when there is a real appetite from the customer to buy games. Huge blockbuster games so close together becomes unaffordable."
Blockbuster commercial director Gerry Butler also said: "The movie industry would never bring the top 20 franchises together in Q4 and have nothing else for the entire year. There's not a lot of triple-A games coming out in June. The movie industry just doesn't do that.
"I'd like to see the publishers spread the titles out more evenly. That is better for them. And I do think over the next two to three years that will actually happen."