Microsoft announced today the availabilite at the end of the month of XNA Studio Express. This development suite, costing $100 a year, will allow anyone with a bit of programming knowledge to create his own games for PC and for Xbox 360. The Xbox Live distribution system isn't really well known yet, but I think we can count on Microsoft to really push this content. In the news you'll find images from demos done with XNA Express and/or with the Torque Engine it's shipped with. Update : One small but important information. The development environment itself seems to be free, the $99 a year subscription would only be necessary to be able to use the compiled code on the 360.
But 98% of my Kinect usage is directions and pausing films and apps. (28 minutes ago)
@aphex187: Kinect is still fun for a joke, mostly because it is a joke. A gimmicky peripheral that kind of suits Friday night madness. I have had my fair share of fun with it when relatives are around (30 minutes ago)
Cheers guys, think i'll leave i then. It was only a thought for friday night drunken antics ;) (41 minutes ago)
@aphex187: It's useless to me. I haven't used it since launch week. (1 Hour ago)
@aphex187: Really Kinect is a glorified microphone. Super useful for when you don't want to cave dive the UI. For game, I think there is Kinect Sports. (2 Hours ago)
Thinking of getting a Kinect for the One but i take it the library of games is pretty sparse right? I already have one for the 360 and was thinking is there any point in getting one for the One? (3 Hours ago)
I did give in to getting the Metro Redux game bundle though, only when it was 75% off like it is today. [url] (6 Hours ago)