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Submitted by jigsawhc 2945d ago | news

Interview with XNA Project Manager Michael Klucher

Michael Klucher, Program Manager – XNA Community Game Platform Team (Microsoft), was nice enough to take some time out to answer some questions with Adult Gaming Enthusiasts. If you ever wandered what the XNA project was about, or why Microsoft is putting so much effort into it, read on. The old days of small developers striking it big may not be too far away. It's not just about "go big or go home" anymore. (Dev, Xbox 360)

AlexNC  +   2945d ago
great interview!
I'm kind of biased since I am the one that did the interview. I can say this: after conducting this interview with Michael Klucher, I am confident that Microsoft has their stuff together. They just "get it". They are very aware of what it will take to make XNA a real conduit for developers, and they are acting on it. It's great to see Microsoft working so hard to give developers the tools to make game development easier. In the long run, I can see this really open the doors for some highly creative games.
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