Name a popular electronic game system.
Chances are you’ve just named Playstation, Xbox or Nintendo, the New York Times claims. The most popular one however, is the goold old PC. For too long, Windows has neglected its gaming possibilities. “Previously we’ve had game technology built into Windows, but we didn’t approach gaming as one of Windows’ fundamental applications, and that’s what we want to start to do,” Rich Wickham, the director of Microsoft’s Windows gaming group said.
So when launching Vista in 2007, Windows might make a big move. Especially since the enormous rise in subscription-based online PC gaming, such as Lineage II.
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