Microsoft revises Windows 8 Store guidelines on 'Mature' games, apps

Shawn Knight

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Microsoft created quite a stir earlier this month when it was revealed that the Windows 8 Store would block titles that received a PEGI 18 rating in Europe. Games with an ESRB rating of Adults Only (AO) were also banned...

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Don't ***** mate. there reversing there plans in the EU what more could you ask for? as far as im concerned. you can just get it from TPB. And just play for 1 month lol.

Microsoft listened. That's more you can ask for.
 

cliffordcooley

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I have an off topic question. If game titles (or any app for that matter) are purchased in Windows 8 store, will they be transferable to future Windows OS's? Or will you be forced to purchase the apps again?

How will the app store work when upgrading to the next latest and greatest?
 

lawfer

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I have an off topic question. If game titles (or any app for that matter) are purchased in Windows 8 store, will they be transferable to future Windows OS's? Or will you be forced to purchase the apps again?

How will the app store work when upgrading to the next latest and greatest?
Yes they will. Store purchases are recorded under your Microsoft account. Signing in with it on, say, Windows 9 will sync previously purchased (or free) apps and games.
 
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ET3D

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I figured that Microsoft wasn't as stupid (or evil) as some people thought it was.
 

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