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Microsoft Announces Nine New Games for Windows

Following a lackluster CES keynote, Microsoft sent out a press release this morning touting the "powerful momentum" of Games for Windows and the addition of nine new Games for Windows-branded titles including Alone in the Dark and LEGO Indiana Jones.

The full list of new GFW games includes:
• "Alone in the Dark" (Atari)
• "Bionic Commando" (Capcom)
• "Conflict: Denied Ops" (Eidos Interactive)
• "Empire: Total War" (SEGA)
• "LEGO Indiana Jones" (LucasArts)
• "Microsoft Train Simulator 2" (Microsoft Game Studios)
• "Sins of a Solar Empire" (Stardock)
• "Space Siege" (SEGA)
• "Tomb Raider: Underworld" (Eidos Interactive)

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TnS3486d ago

Kotaku's title is a bit misleading. I thought Microsoft announced nine new games for Windows. :)

InMyOpinion3486d ago

Indeed. "the addition of nine new Games for Windows-branded titles".

blade2063486d ago

i told you guys it's all about the os they don't care about the 360 it's just a way to get games on windows that's the big picture

mighty_douche3486d ago

Only a few titles there that i want and ill be picking them up for the console not PC. PC is FPS land for me.

Zhuk3486d ago

This is great news for PC gaming and the Games For Windows initiative, with this powerful momentum of games helping to drive Games For Windows in 2008 I have no doubt that PC gaming will still continue to provide quality and alternative gaming experiences from the consoles

heyheyhey3486d ago

what are you some mechanical robot programmed to type out phrases straight from M$ press conferences? i think the "sony fandroid" responses are programmed too- you always say basically the same thing every time

a little heads up M$ your little zhukbot isn't working, its just putting people off the 360

joemomma3486d ago

What did i say about taking your meds so you dont say crazy things?

AnSteRiX3485d ago (Edited 3485d ago )

you know what it is .... am with Zhuk not evil noob zhuk

Agent 883485d ago

This is not good initiative from Windows, consumers can now see the drastic lean away from the Xbox system and back to their software roots. The hardcore 360 gamers are again being ducked and left out in the New year cold. In the months ahead, look for more backdowns by Microsoft to avoid going head to head with the Sony war machine, the PS3. I guess its back to the drawing board for the MS console division, maybe in 2009 they will show more innovation and initiative with an improved console. In the mean time, consumers are bounced from format to console to PC like a tennis ball. Only the consumer has no chance of defeating MS and is left with empty pockets and a broken heart........

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INehalemEXI3486d ago

This was a lackluster list. Was expecting something new...

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