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Microsoft plans to open an online PC Game Store

by Julia
October 22, 2010 at 2:58 pm

Microsoft plans to open a new online store for games, which will be called Games for Windows Marketplace.

The event will take place in the middle of November, reports www.pcworld.com.

Until then, Microsoft will prepare and make available to players over 100 titles from various game makers for the launch, including the biggest names in the portfolio of Microsoft Game Studios, such as “Fable: The Lost Chapters”, “Flight Simulator” “Gears of War, “” Halo “and” Age of Empires Online.

Other games that could be included in stock are “Grand Theft Auto III” and “Max Payne” from Rockstar Games, and “Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition” from Square Enix.

In the online store, gamers can also find games created by Indians.

“The Games for Windows Marketplace will offer PC gamers a robust lineup of games they love, easier navigation and purchase, and recurring specials such as Deal of the Week,” inform Microsoft.

To attract as many customers, Microsoft wants to organize weekly or seasonal sales periods.

Image source: microsoft.com

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