Microsoft has announced Windows Live will be re-branded as Microsoft Account with the release of Windows 8. The cloud services featured in the OS will be an update to the Live platform in which users will create an identity to be used across Microsoft services such as Xbox 360 to SkyDrive and more. MS is changing the service in order to implement “a truly connected experience,” which it felt Live ID didn’t live up to. The firm also stated the change should eliminate any confusion among consumers when logging into MS owned services. There’s a video explaining it more detail below. Thanks, Neowin.
If you want DRM to fail and stop now, then you have two choices... and they're better served as compliment. 1) Buy a WiiU. (EA will come back and FREE ONLINE PLAY) 2) Buy a PS4. But under no circumstances should you buy a XBone.
People have too many accounts and passwords to remember as it is. Anything to cut down on the clutter is a good move.
"The worst part about these reviews is they are [subjective]--and their scores often depend on how drunk you got the media at a Street Fighter event." — Mona Hamilton, Capcom Senior VP of Marketing *Image indefinitely borrowed from BrainBoxLtd without his consent.