"We're putting the 'game' back in Windows," Chris Donohue, group manager for Windows gaming and graphics told the site. "We're over the hump with Xbox 360 so now ready to build Windows as a platform."
No firm figures have emerged as regards the amount of capital that Microsoft plans to invest in making Vista a top class gaming platform, but we can expect that it will be significant. Product Manager Kelly Stanmore called it Microsoft’s "biggest ever investment" in Windows gaming, so expect something mammoth.
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