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Games For Windows Marketplace Client Pc 12 EXCLUSIVE

The Games for Windows Marketplace client was officially released on December 4, 2009. It initially launched with demos and trailers of games available on the Live service.[36] Full titles were later added in the form of Games on Demand.

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On July 22, 2011, Microsoft announced that they would be scrapping the newly revamped Games for Windows Marketplace website and merged the content with the Xbox website.[38] The Games for Windows client, which was another way for users to purchase games, was also reduced to simply opening up the Windows section of On August 15, 2013, Microsoft announced that the marketplace would be closed on August 22 of the same year.[39][40][41]

The marketplace became non-functional in 2018 with purchased games no longer displaying and instead presenting an error saying "There was an error retrieving your purchase history. Please sign out and try again later" despite existing purchases being supposed to still be available to download.

The Games for Windows Live Marketplace client stopped logging in completely in 2022 due to TLS 1.0 and 1.1 connections being no longer permitted for Xbox Live accounts to login and therefore presents a connection error when launching the program. The marketplace however, was already non-functional since 2018.

Buying a game is incredibly simple and easy. As you browse the Games for Windows Marketplace, you can add games to your cart. After you are done browsing for games, you then proceed with checkout where you can use either Microsoft Points you might have on your account or your VISA. Once the purchase is complete, you can then proceed to download the game. You will need the latest Games for Windows client installed as that acts as your download manager for your games. If you have it installed, it will ask you to launch the client to begin your download.

Games on Demand is a feature that was announced by Microsoft at E3 2009. Games on Demand allows players to download complete Xbox 360, Xbox and PC games for a set amount of Microsoft Points or directly via a debit or credit card. As well as downloading Xbox 360 games, the 'Xbox Originals' have also been moved into the Games on Demand area. Later that year the Games for Windows Live (GFWL) client enabled its own version of Games on Demand launching with a number of Games for Windows titles. In June 2010, the catalog was further expanded to include non-Games for Windows titles, along with a day-and-date releases for select games going forward.

The Game on Demand for PC was redesigned and relabeled to Games for Windows Marketplace on Nov. 15, 2010. The storefront was shifted from the GFWL client to the new website ( ), that now allowed users to buy games directly from the website. However, download and management of the game library still required the GFWL client.

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