It’s only natural to assume that a company as big as Microsoft would eventually attempt to unify the gaming experiences they have created, those being Games for Windows, Xbox Live and the company’s mobile platform. And you’d be right in doing so, at least if one of the company’s internal videos embedded above is to go anything by.
It showcases the Windows Gaming Experience, or WGX for short, and touches upon four main areas, including Social, Identity, Search and Transaction, explaining how they work in a very Kinect kind of way.
And as ZDNet noted – who first reported about it – this is a video dated May 2010, which in our minds would make it old, but it is in fact the most relevant info we’ve gotten to date about WGX. Time will tell of its development.