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Submitted by eezo 705d ago | news

Indie Devs Respond to Xbox One Self Publishing Policies, "Ton of Questions Still need Answers"

Earlier this week Microsoft announced that indie developers will be able to self-publish their games on Xbox One and every Xbox One retail units can be used as a dev kit for development.

Developers behind Limbo, Thomas Was Alone, Jack Lumber, and Halo has commented on this stance of Microsoft and also detailed how this decision of Microsoft will affect gaming industry. (Industry, Microsoft, Xbox One)

edonus   705d ago | Spam
n4rc  +   705d ago
Admittedly I just scanned the article since its a copy of a copy..

But these devs need to get over themselves. People have tons of questions about their offerings that never get answered..

They aren't customers. They want to profit from the platform. Its seems ridiculous to me that they feel like they should have this system catered to them.

If they don't like what Microsoft offers them, then go elsewhere. Just as customers should
Pillsbury1  +   705d ago
As it always seems the case with Microsoft, more questions than straight answers.
trafalger  +   705d ago
thats for sure, m$ should have everything black and white. they have made too many errors to leave questions unanswered at this point
iconic56  +   705d ago
By being region-free and having every Xbox One serve as a debug kit, Microsoft has literally opened a world of indie development. If gamers in Japan don't like all the "western crap" on the Xbox.. they actually have the power to make the eastern game they've been wanting. Of-course there will be fees... this is where Microsoft can demonstrate how "indie-friendly" they want to be.
creatchee  +   705d ago
Well, the info WAS a leak. Expecting questions answered immediately about something that wasn't supposed to be known until GamesCon isn't exactly reasonable, no?

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