Windows 8, the next gen Microsoft OS and Xbox 360, the seventh gen video game console are rumored to have one another’s hand giving more hype for the upcoming platform.
Lately, we have been receiving various reports on the upcoming Microsoft’s Windows 8.
We all have heard its possible look and feel down to its potential support, but probably the most recent in all of these is the Xbox 360 game; feature that will be integrated in Windows 8.
Apparently, this rumor came from a website which claims that our most favorite Xbox 360 games like L.A. Noire, Mortal Kombat and Portal 2 will be included in the new platform.
Consequently, the user may subscribe to the Xbox service like the Xbox Live.
This means that by subscribing to the Xbox Live, the PC gamers will be allowed to compete online without the Xbox gaming console. But the online gaming is said to be dealt with Windows Live Marketplace.
In view of this report, we can say that if all of these are true, there can be two poles pulling apart from each other. One is that, it will be an advantage for those gamers who don’t have the console.
It will also be very ideal to play games direct to PCs where keyboards are ready. On the other hand, this may be a disadvantage for those gamers who invested much on the consoles.
They’ve cost a lot for the consoles and all of the sudden those consoles may render less useful to them. But then again, these are just my opinions. I hope that sooner we will have a more definite news about this support.