Conker made a surprising appearance during Microsoft's Project Spark presentation. It's been a long time, buddy! We missed you.
Someone already made a Star Fox for the Xbox One. Someone made a Flappy Bird. Someone recreated the first area of the first Fable. And, yes, a whole bunch of people have re-made Super Mario Bros. 1-1.
Project Spark goes into beta today and a select group of folks can start using their Xbox Ones to make games. The creation suite has already been in beta on PC for Windows 8.1 users, letting do things like recreate Minecraft inside Project Spark. If you're already in the Windows beta, you'll also get access on XB1.…
So we've seen plenty of other games recreated within Minecraft, but now we've finally come full circle, and Minecraft has been recreated in Project Spark. How long until they get redstone functioning and create a working computer?
Microsoft considered delaying some Xbox One launch games and even holding Halo 4 for their new console before committing to last week's unusually diverse and rich day-one Xbox One line-up, the company's head of game development told Kotaku. And now Microsoft is planning to give early adopters a lot more to…
Project Spark, the games-creation toolkit for Xbox One and PC, drew a lot of attention at E3 for a deep feature set. That includes all kinds of motion capture, using the Kinect 2.0 sensor. You can mo-cap in your own living room.
In case you missed the livestream demonstration of Microsoft's game-making toolkit Project Spark last week, you can watch a video of the whole thing right here.
I've been intrigued by Project Spark, a build-your-own-game app for Microsoft platforms (Windows 8, Xbox 360 and Xbox One), since Jason first told me about it. Today, we'll learn a bit more.
If you were in Los Angeles last week, and you happened to stumble into a bar or a restaurant, and you saw a group of people in business-casual attire and/or flannel, you probably overheard something like "Wow, Sony sure won E3."
Today at Microsoft's E3 press conference, the company showed off its game creation tools called Project Spark. Here, have a look.