Since the recent launch of Microsoft's soon to be ubiquitous OS, Windows Vista, the Internet has been abuzz with tales of woe and grief regarding gaming under the new electro-regime.
Enter Rich Wickham.
Rich is the head of the Games for Windows initiative and he dismisses the claims that Vista makes life more difficult for gamers. To wit;
There you have it! Straight from the guy who would benefit most by having you believe Vista is the bee's knees, shins and upper ankles. Of course, he goes on to say more, but you'll have to click on that alluring jump to get at the rest of it.
Welcome to the full quote. This will be on the test, so you should probably start taking notes.
Rich has a good point. Since Vista is so omnipresent, you have to imagine that developers are going to be scrambling to make sure their games work easily and fully with it. Of course, a lot of legacy games will get left out in the cold, but you can almost hear the publishers getting erect for the rereleases and compilations they'll be blasting you in the face with in the near future.
Everyone's after your money kid. Welcome to the real world.
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