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Windows 8 Will Connect with Xbox Live September 17, 2011

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detail beritaDisplay Xbox Live on Windows 8 (source: Google)

WASHINGTON – Microsoft is ready to make the Xbox Live online gaming platform as the most universal in the world.
In fact now there are many console games can be played online.Later owned Xbox Live network will be much better than the Sony Playstation (PS Network) and Nintendo Wii.
Of course, Microsoft was able to invest a lot of effort and resources to Xbox Live, because anyone who wants to play in a multiplayer online game have to pay a subscription fee. There are no other platform that Microsoft is in serious work on it.
However, users who are willing to pay to get access each month or per year to have a deeper experience for Xbox Live play. Microsoft last year had launched a lighter version of the service that runs on Windows platform Phone.
This means that for the first time, people can play with a smart phone to connect to the network the same game with millions of people who play on the Xbox 360 console in their homes. This may be one advantage of the Windows operating system Phone.Similarly, as quoted by TG Daily, Friday (16/09/2011).
A few years ago when making network services to the PC, Microsoft uses a different approach with the launch of Game For Windows (GFW) Live. The service is functionally similar to Xbox Live, but in fact different. Results achieved GFW Live does not connect to Xbox Live and the list of friends or players between them also separately.
Larry Hryb, a spokesman for Microsoft’s Xbox is now confirmed GFW Live will turn off and just keep everyone connected in the same service. It will also be done on Windows 8.
“Brings Xbox Live to Windows 8 is part of our vision to bring you all get the entertainment you want, share it with people you care about, with an easy process,” wrote Hryb in a blog

   sumber: http://techno.okezone.com 

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