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Posted by: , 10:48 AEST, Tue August 15, 2006
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Microsoft To Enable User-Created Xbox 360 Games
Microsoft has announced that it is opening up the XNA framework to aspiring Windows and Xbox 360 developers everywhere. The software giant has also partnered with 10 universities, such as University of Southern California, SMU Guildhall, Georgia Tech University and others, who will include the new XNA Game Studio Express into their curriculum starting as early as this fall.

It will allow indie developers and students to develop simultaneously on Xbox 360 and PC, and share their games to others in a new Xbox 360 'Creators Club'. XNA Game Studio Express will be available for free to anyone with a Windows XP-based PC. More...

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