10 Popular Games for Windows Live Windows 10

Have you ever played games on your Windows PC?

Well, unlike the Windows OS, with Windows 10, you can play using:

  • Steam app;
  • Microsoft Xbox Store;
  • Origin app for Windows;

Apart from these platforms, you can play some exclusive Windows 10 games on Windows live. Therefore, I’m listing some of the most popular Windows Live Windows 10 games. So, let’s get started:

Gears of War 2

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Windows Live Windows 10

Gears of War 2 is a third-person shooter game released in 2009. Gears of War 2 continues the story of Marcus Fenix and his COG allies after they destroyed the Locust stronghold Jacinto Plateau. The game follows a large cast of characters trying to find their way through this dystopian future setting.

Forza Motorsport 3

Forza Motorsport 3 is a racing video game developed by Turn 10 Studios for the Xbox 360 and released in October 2009. It is part of the Forza series, created by Microsoft Studios and Turn 10 Studios. The game features over 200 cars, customizable elements, and multiple tracks to drive on.

The gameplay focuses on racing cars against other vehicles while enjoying an immersive experience with realistic graphics. You can also play championships mode, where you win new cars or customize your existing ones by choosing from thousands of parts in this world-renowned racing franchise game.

In addition to all these features, many different types of races open, like drifting competitions or four-player split-screen modes where you can race against others using authentic life HD graphics images that look amazing even today after several years have passed since its release date back then!

Crackdown 2

The crackdown is set in Pacific City, a futuristic metropolis. As you progress through the game, you can level up your character and gain new abilities that allow you to take down enemies better.

  • You can throw cars at enemies (and use them as makeshift shields).
  • You can drive vehicles like motorcycles, helicopters, and tanks (or ride on top of them if they’re moving).

Halo 3

Halo 3 is a first-person shooter video game that was released on September 25, 2007, Halo 3 is the third installment in the Halo trilogy, based on the adventures of Master Chief John-117 and his artificial intelligence Cortana as they battle the Covenant.

Halo 3 was announced at E3 2006 with a teaser trailer showing Master Chief in an escape pod being fired from some ship or station he was presumably trapped on.

The following year at E3 2007, Microsoft revealed more information about the gameplay and story of Halo 3, including what seemed to be actual footage from gameplay itself rather than just CGI trailers like their previous reveals had been made with.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

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Windows Live Windows 10

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is an FPS shooter game. It was released worldwide on November 10, 2009, for Microsoft Windows (two days later for the PlayStation 3 in Europe), Xbox 360, and Mac OS X platforms. In addition, a port for Linux was developed by Aspyr Media and released on September 12, 2010. The game also supports online multiplayer via Xbox Live, with a different server browser being made available.

The game’s story takes place five years after the events of its predecessor “Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare” and features new weapons, gameplay mechanics, and improvements on past installments in the series.

DiRT 2

DiRT 2 is a racing game developed by Codemasters and released in 2009. The sequel to the 2008 PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Microsoft Windows game Colin McRae: DiRT.

The game features rally cars from around the world competing in a series of races at various locations worldwide.

Drivers can customize their truck through upgrades purchased at the parts shop using credits earned during stages or money previously won in other settings. During gameplay, drivers are allowed to earn bonus credits for performing certain feats such as passing through checkpoints without hitting them or driving over jumps without knocking down trees or fences along the way

Dragon Age: Origins

Dragon Age: Origins was released in 2009. It’s an RPG by Electronic Arts. It is available to play on Windows Live, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.

Fable III

Fable III, developed by Lionhead Studios and published by Microsoft Game Studios, is a single-player action role-playing video game released in October 2010. It is the third installment in the Fable series.

The story of Fable III takes place 500 years after Fable II; Logan’s son or daughter (your character) inherited his throne after his death and must deal with problems such as famine and revolution.

The fourth expansion pack for this game called “Dungeon Keeper” was released on 23rd April 2012 through Windows Live Marketplace service, which adds new features to an existing match, including new content such as bosses, enemies, etc., an improved graphics engine, and several bug fixes along with online multiplayer mode support.

Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts

Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts is a racing game developed by Rare and released in 2008. It is the first spinoff of the Banjo-Kazooie series, platform games created by Rare.

The game has received mixed reviews from critics but was generally well-received by fans of the series due to its vehicle customization system and humor.

Grand Theft Auto IV

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Over the years, Rockstar Games has released some graphics-heavy Grand Theft Auto Games. Now more than ever, knowing what you’re playing and how it affects your system is essential. For example, Grand Theft Auto IV is an excellent game on your Windows 10 computer because it has been optimized for that platform.

One reason why GTA IV plays so well is that Rockstar Games, the developer of this game, also develops other games that play smoothly on PCs with Windows 10 installed.

Of course, if you’ve never played Grand Theft Auto IV before (or any other GTA in the series), there’s no need to worry about how well or poorly it will run on your new gaming setup.

All you need to know is that this game is a first-person shooter set in Liberty City where players take control of Niko Bellic as he tries to find his place in life after moving from his home country Serbia all by himself without knowing anyone else who lives near him–and oh yeah did I mention there are guns too?


Other than these games, there are hundreds of Windows Live games you can play on Windows 10.

So, what kind of games do you prefer?

Or do you’ve any other games in your head?

Whichever it is, do share with us in the comments section given below.