Perhaps all of the great old-school bedroom-coders who helped make the Amiga such a success back in the day will make a re-appearance?CAS FAN said:Sounds great, should allow people to really display some creativity and although the games will be technically rudimentary, that doesn't mean that they will be rubbish. May be worth looking into once it's released.
Oh it`ll definitely be heavily sandboxed. I should imagine the API will also be limited (eg one core, no netcode). But still, a very cool idea.runam0k said:For the subscribers, it seems to amount to running unsigned code on 360s. It'll be interesting to see how open the system is. Homebrew apps?
runam0k said:For the subscribers, it seems to amount to running unsigned code on 360s. It'll be interesting to see how open the system is. Homebrew apps?
The XNA software too could be open to... manipulation or replication in part ie to avoid the fee. Interesting opportunities.
XBMC on 360? Too good to be true, probably.
No chance on the xbmc front then, with MS pushing WMV they aren't going to allow anything like that.Microsoft would regulate the content for appropriateness and intellectual property issues, but users would own their work, he said.