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Microsoft Introducing Browser-Based Store For PC Gaming

Starting Nov. 15, Windows users will be treated to a brand-new version of Microsoft's Games For Windows Marketplace, a browser-based store for purchasing digital copies of video games.

Over 100 game titles will be available at launch including popular favorites like Fable III, Gears of War, and Halo. Windows users can access the store from any PC and enjoy fast transfer and fewer clicks to purchase a game. Plus, the improved store features easier navigation and search and dedicated publisher pages for finding new titles.

Access the store via your Xbox Live gamertag, Zune tag, or Windows Live ID, and also use it to make new purchases and access prior purchases. Users should also keep an eye out for special "Deals of the Week," heavily discounting and promoting popular titles.

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