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.
@b0vril:it has been updated and it's actually fake [url] (11 minutes ago)
@b0vril: well, they've done a bit of mo-cap. probably dancing emotes for online mode or some shit. (5 Hours ago)
So apparently Rockstar are working on GTA VI..... (6 Hours ago)
new wolfenstein previews out there, game looks so much nicer than the last one. (6 Hours ago)
and down - that was a review for alien resurrection in 2000. i found it kind of funny that gamespot complained about that, given that's how all games work now on consoles. (7 Hours ago)
The game's control setup is its most terrifying element. The left analog stick moves you forward, back, and strafes right and left, while the right analog stick turns you and can be used to look up (7 Hours ago)
@alimokrane: like you generalized that KORNdog must read reviews? (1 Day ago)