Games for Windows Marketplace launches, offers Borderlands for £7.49

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 16 November 2010 07:40 GMT


As promised, the Games for Windows Marketplace has been reborn.

The store’s interface seems very Steamy in its colour-picks, and the UI is clutter-free. These impressions are based on looking at the site for less than 10 seconds.

Prices aren’t that amazing: Dead Rising 2 is £30, but at least Borderlands is on sale for £7.49. Bargain.

The general Games for Windows Live relaunch includes voice upgrades, Live ID upgrades and more. Get the details here.

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