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Microsoft (again) says it wants to "step up" its PC game business

Microsoft has been trying to convince the media that it's really serious this time about improving its PC games business. The company hasn't published a PC game in almost three years but now has three announced PC games in the works (Fable 3, Age of Empires Online and Microsoft Flight).

In a chat with MCV, Microsoft Games Studios' general manager Dave Luehmann states, "It is our job to lead the way on PC. And in some ways we are doing that and in other ways we are not. So we need to step up." He says that the three games mentioned above represent " .... some real investment and big IPs behind the Windows platform." And he adds, " ... we are not going to stop there."

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