tisdag 26 oktober 2010

Microsoft says it's 'doubling down' on PC games

Well, it looks like the forthcoming launch of Microsoft's browser-based Games for Windows Marketplace could just be the beginning of a broader PC gaming push from the company. Speaking with Kotaku, Microsoft's Peter Orullian, group product manager for Windows PC and Mobile, said rather boldly that PC games "is a place where we are doubling down." Exactly what that means beyond the new Games for Windows Marketplace isn't clear, but Orullian did mention that Microsoft has a "healthy list of features we're going to start bringing out once the store launches" in response to a question about further integrating PC and Xbox 360 gaming (something the company is also exploring with the revised Xbox.com).

Microsoft says it's 'doubling down' on PC games originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 25 Oct 2010 16:44:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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