Thursday, July 12, 2007

Microsoft’s "Games for Windows" Takes Center Stage at E3 2007: Q&A: Kevin Unangst, global director of Games for Windows, discusses Microsoft’s lineup [...]

 See the full press release for more details, e.g., an Xbox Live-like service for PC gamers

Last night at the company's E3 press briefing, Microsoft unveiled a lineup of nearly 30 new titles that will carry the Games for Windows brand, as well as strong support for the Games for Windows – LIVE online service from three top game publishers: Eidos, THQ and SEGA, which have committed to developing Games for Windows – LIVE enabled titles. Additionally, Microsoft Game Studios unveiled plans to bring “Gears of War” and the hit “Viva PiƱata” to Windows XP and Windows Vista gamers this year as Games for Windows branded titles with LIVE support.

Microsoft’s "Games for Windows" Takes Center Stage at E3 2007: Q&A: Kevin Unangst, global director of Games for Windows, discusses Microsoft’s lineup of nearly 30 new titles, the Games for Windows - LIVE online service, and what the initiative means for consumers and for Microsoft.

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