"You wanna play Games for Windows with your Xbox 360 controller? Wirelessly? It’s finally here!
The Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver for Windows is now available on store shelves for $19.99 (MSRP) and is available at retailers across North America including, GameStop, Wal-Mart and Circuit City. For gamers that need both a wireless controller and receiver, Microsoft is offering the Xbox 360 Wireless Controller for Windows which includes both the receiver and controller in one package for $59.95 (MSRP).
The Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver for Windows allows the Xbox 360 Wireless Controller for Windows, Xbox 360 Wireless Headset and Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel to work on any Windows Vista or Windows XP (SP1 or higher)-based PC."
Now, where to get one hehehe.
Posted by me in the Microsoft Philippines Community site:
"I’m reading through this Gamespy Article on Building a Gaming (read again, GAMING) PC for playing games on Windows Vista, plus a short commentary on when it is best to move into Vista. (on a side note, I’m jealous as to how they have access to have funds to buy their equipment. All I can do is wish that some good providers give me parts to build a Gaming test rig for me hehehe) "
Hmm, now all I need is some cash to pimp out my PC, but then again, all I need is extra RAM (eyeing out those 1GB Corsairs), a better video card (Thinking R600), a better cooling fan (for my now 3.0 GHz Pentium D overclocked CPU), a bigger Hard Disk Drive, and some new chassis cooling fans (neon blue) and cathode lighting to pimp it up some. At least I won’t be spending around something like (Php 138,000, and that’s $2875 to you)
"Yes, we’re all very excited. ^_^ Three brand-spiffing-new games for Windows Vista just launched on MSN Games! And yes, that includes Geometry Wars, the insanely popular, equally addictive, and formerly Xbox-only arcade game, now making the leap to PC. As an added perk, Geometry Wars is priced at a mere $7.95 (all part of our master plan to create a world of sleep-deprived zombie gamers)."
from Gamerscore Blog