Vista Gaming Q&A

What Gamers Can Expect From Vista ActionTrip.com recently had a chance to talk to Rich Wickham, Manager of Games for Windows business at Microsoft. He was asked about Vista and how it would work with all our favorite games... The year 2006 is slowly drawing to a close. Waving goodbye to all the games behind us, we are gradually making room for the onslaught of next-generation gaming technologies. Accordingly, terms like Unreal 3 engine, GeForce 8800, Xbox 360, Wii and PS3 come to mind. It's patently obvious that next-generation consoles continue to dominate the industry. So, while the world's top electronic entertainment companies are holding their breath for public feedback on their new-fangled consoles, PC gamers are also looking towards a bright future. (We get branded as well! Wait, is that a good thing? � Ed) The following year will mark a new beginning for PC owners, as it opens the doors to Microsoft's upcoming OS, Windows Vista. Get clicking to read the rest of the interview. Are you planning to use Vista? Share your thoughts with us in the Ten Ton Hammer Forums today!

What Gamers Can Expect From Vista

ActionTrip.com recently had a chance to talk to Rich Wickham, Manager of Games for Windows business at Microsoft. He was asked about Vista and how it would work with all our favorite games...

The year 2006 is slowly drawing to a close. Waving goodbye to all the games behind us, we are gradually making room for the onslaught of next-generation gaming technologies. Accordingly, terms like Unreal 3 engine, GeForce 8800, Xbox 360, Wii and PS3 come to mind. It's patently obvious that next-generation consoles continue to dominate the industry. So, while the world's top electronic entertainment companies are holding their breath for public feedback on their new-fangled consoles, PC gamers are also looking towards a bright future. (We get branded as well! Wait, is that a good thing? � Ed) The following year will mark a new beginning for PC owners, as it opens the doors to Microsoft's upcoming OS, Windows Vista.

Get clicking to read the rest of the interview. Are you planning to use Vista? Share your thoughts with us in the Ten Ton Hammer Forums today!

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