Microsoft Lets New Territories In To XNA Gang

Now that Microsoft has got the New Xbox Experience launch out of the way and we have had a few days to dig into the Community Games channel, Redmond has decided to open up the service to more developers. Until now this XNA developing lark was confined to coders from the United States, Canada, England, France, Italy… » 11/24/08 7:20pm 11/24/08 7:20pm

Community Games And The New Xbox Experience

Click to view <a href="http://video.msn.com/?mkt=en-US&playlist=videoByUuids:uuids:c3d65b0c-273b-4548-8e36-3fa9e56f93b5&showPlaylist=true&from=msnvideo" target="_new" title="Xbox LIVE Community Games">Video: Xbox LIVE Community Games</a> » 10/17/08 2:30pm 10/17/08 2:30pm

Gamefest 2008: Microsoft's Satchell Talks Xbox 360 Homebrew Scene

Now, just about anyone can be a game developer — and get paid for it, too. At its Gamefest 2008 event today, Microsoft announced that community games made using its XNA tools will be downloadable via either PC or Xbox 360, and that the creators will get 70 percent of the revenues, as we reported earlier today. » 7/22/08 8:20pm 7/22/08 8:20pm

XNA Games "Most Likely Less Expensive" Than XBLA Ones

And now, the last of the leaked MS/Acti news items for the day. Included in Intellisponse's marketing/survey data was some information on Microsoft's User Generated Games program, which is what they were calling the service we know better as "Community Games On LIVE". The material says that it's a "new destination"… » 6/16/08 3:00am 6/16/08 3:00am