Posted on January 8, 2008,

Microsoft Boasts Nine New 'Games for Windows'

Games for Windows Logo

While I’m not the biggest fan of Microsoft’s creed of “one platform to rule them all”, it is always nice to see some PC lovin’ regardless of a certain title’s decision to join forces with ‘The Empire’. Microsoft announced at CES yesterday nine titles to be branded with the Game for Windows logo. Here are the contestants:

  • “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)
    Other upcoming titles (worth mentioning) that will also bear the GfW branding are: “Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures” (Funcom, Eidos Interactive), “Borderlands” (2K Games), “The Club” (SEGA), “Fallout 3” (Bethesda Softworks) and “Frontlines: Fuel of War” (THQ).

    Via Gamerscore Blog

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    1 Comment on Microsoft Boasts Nine New 'Games for Windows'


    On January 8, 2008 at 2:29 pm

    Looking forward to Empire: Total War, Sins of a Solar Empire, and Fallout 3 personally. :smile: