I'll stay in valves boat. Interesting nonetheless.
|Games for Windows Live will become a full-fledged distribution platform for full games from December 15 with the addition of 'Games on Demand', Microsoft has announced.|
Originally Posted by Kryten
So long as they don't start limiting down retail games and basically making them worthless after install, I'll support it.
Originally Posted by PDXMark
M$ is 'like' "WOW, are you seeing how much money Steam is bring in from digital distribution? We got to get on that"!
Originally Posted by xxicrimsonixx
I think the only way people will switch is if all the games get cross-platform support. I want to kick some Xm.\
360 users a** in some COD6.
Originally Posted by Evermind
That's basically been their MO from the get go...copy and/or buyout what others have already done and make money off of it. (No hate, big fan of Win7, just is what it is for the most part)
If they go the quick and dirty feature-less route, without improving on what's already out there, it will most likely flop.
Steam and D2D already fill their niches perfectly. I wonder what/how MS plans to improve, if anything?
Originally Posted by angrysasquatch
This is great. Steam and D2D are already going at it, D2D has had a bunch of sales in the past few months. With another competitor entering the ring, it's gonna mean even lower prices and bigger sales.