Child support services for Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii: Microsoft says you need a PC to run games

Microsoft has confirmed that there are a number of games available on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles that will not run on PC. 

The Xbox 360 has been a console for years, but in the last few years Microsoft has pushed the console as a way to play games that weren’t available on consoles before.

Microsoft also released a free online service called Xbox Live Arcade for the Xbox and PS3. 

A number of online games were created for the platform, and while the Xbox Live service has improved in recent years, there are still plenty of titles that don’t work on Xbox Live. 

But, according to Microsoft, a PC will run these games, and even run games on the PC.

Microsoft also said that the games will be available on Xbox One, PS4 and Xbox One X. “Xbox One users who are on a Windows 7 machine and Xbox 360 users who aren’t on a PC can download the free games below and use the games in-game to play Xbox Live games on Xbox 360,” the company said in a statement.

“Xbox One and Xbox Live support the Xbox One Classic Edition, Xbox One Slim, Xbox 360 Games with Gold and Xbox Play Anywhere are also available for Xbox One and are not included with the download.” 

Microsoft also explained that Xbox Live Gold and Gold members can download Xbox Live Classic, and will also be able to play the games on PC via Xbox Live on Xbox.

The service is available now, but Microsoft said that a trial version is available for purchase through the Xbox store.

“Xbox Live Gold members will be able enjoy up to four hours of online multiplayer, four days of game play time, two weeks of online play, and up to two Xbox Live achievements per month,” Microsoft said.

“You’ll also be eligible for free Xbox Live premium membership through September 30.

Xbox Live membership is a one-time purchase with no annual fees.”

You can read more about Xbox Live and how to use it in our coverage of the Xbox console.