Oliver Radini wrote:I'm really hoping that Microsoft can follow up XNA with a tool set that opens up game design. The technology is in place to easily distribute games and filter them for quality. The easier it is to make games, the more variety we'll see, and that has to be good for gamers.
Brandon Schmidt wrote:I'm not so sure about the variety you mention. In a few years when people look back, I think the lasting memories of the XBLIG service will be the Minecraft clones, crappy avatar games, and the use of busty cartoon women in marketing. But you made a key point that if going forward there's a filter for quality, I think/hope a lot of the issues with repetition would go away. Anyway, something (even the current system) would be better than nothing.
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