Microsoft Launches Games for Windows Live Marketplace with Viva Pinata Demo

Microsoft today launched its Games for Windows Live Marketplace, a platform that will provide PC demos, games videos, add-on DLC, and eventually sell full games.

The Marketplace is part of the latest version of GFW Live, now available at FileShack. With the update, Games for Windows can now be launched as a stand-alone program.

At present, the North American Games for Windows Live Marketplace offers up a demo of Rare's garden-tending simulator Viva Pinata, which hit PC in 2007, while the European Marketplace offers IO Interactive's 2007 buddy-shooter Kane & Lynch.

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    December 3, 2008 1:49 PM

    How about a Gears PC demo Microsoft, I am interested in trying it out.