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Submitted by PrivateRyan 1969d ago | news

Clover suffers delay, creator slams Microsoft

OXM UK has reported that Clover has been delayed and its creator, Binary Tweed, has placed the blame squarely on a "flawed approvals process".

Binary Tweed explains exactly what the blog entails and describes how because of one minor bug with Microsoft's XNA framework, which was immediately corrected, a week has to elapse before the approval process can begin again. (Xbox 360)

Jonty  +   1969d ago
Uh, so he makes a buggy game and complains that Microsoft won't release it? Boo hoo. Even the big publishers have to get their games through certification, he doesn't get a free pass just because he's indie.
ud  +   1969d ago
"because of one minor bug with Microsoft's XNA framework"

Sorry but one bug doesn't make a buggy game. Every game has bugs. And Big publishers DO get free passes sometimes.

If it's only a minor bug and it's fixed they should start the certification process right away.

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