Microsoft has announced that its Games for Windows Marketplace will be merging into Xbox.com, to provide a convenient outlet where you can “get all of your gaming needs in one place.” This move should bring the company one step closer to closer integration of the services, a goal Microsoft has had since the Games for Windows launch in 2008. The transition will take place on July 11th.
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