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Users, each with a unique Gamertag (the Microsoft username service for gaming that began on Xbox Live), are able to play online, keep track of their friends' status, send and receive messages, gain and keep track of Achievements and associated Gamerscore, voice chat across platforms (removed in 2010), and much more.
Some games allow for cross-platform play, such as Shadowrun, putting Windows players against Xbox 360 players.
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) is an online gaming service used by Games for Windows–branded PC titles that enables Windows PCs to connect to Microsoft's Live service.
The service is open to third-party developers, but they must be able to meet certain Technical Certification Requirements (TCRs), which include (but are not limited to): game ratings, total number of Gamerscore points, content, game profiles, and Live connectivity.
Games for Windows – Live games must also meet standard Games for Windows (games that do not have Live support) TCRs.
Microsoft Studios release Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet on April 17, 2012 and Toy Soldiers on April 27, 2012 in Games for Windows – LIVE.
On April 17, 2012, Microsoft said that they continued to support the Games for Windows platform, to the rumors of the discontinuation of Games for Windows – LIVE in favor of Xbox Live on Windows.
Microsoft revealed on May 21, 2010 that Fable III would be released on Windows as well as the Xbox 360, and would feature Games for Windows – Live.
As well as free multiplayer, Microsoft reduced the technical requirements for those developers looking to utilize Live such as removing playlist servers, and allowing studios to use the Microsoft matchmaking servers instead.
The new Marketplace was made available for Games for Windows – Live on December 5, 2008.
On October 25, 2012, Deadlight is the second title of Microsoft Studios in make use of Steamworks, instead of Gf WL. On August 16, 2013, Microsoft announced that the PC Marketplace was going to be closed on August 22 alongside the Xbox 360 update that retired Microsoft Points in favour of local currency purchases.
The service would otherwise continue to operate normally.
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and was also the first LIVE title to offer cross-platform play between Windows Vista and Xbox 360 on the Live service.