Game Theory

A blog by Microsoft Academic Developer Evangelist, Dan Waters

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  • Blog Post: XNA Video Tutorials - All Available for Direct Download

    Great news folks - You can now download all of the WMV files directly from my Windows Live SkyDrive account. The links are individually listed in the original post beneath the MSN Video links. You will need a Windows Live ID to use this service. Click here to get to the original post and enjoy free downloadable...
  • Blog Post: High Quality Downloadable XNA Tutorial Videos Being Made Available

    You spoke, I listened! I am rendering the detailed, screen-intensive videos in 1280x1024 resolution for you to download and enjoy so that you don't need to mess with pausing a streamed MSN video. The rendering process takes quite some time, and the uploading is a bit of a pain, but I am hosting them...
  • Blog Post: Video Blog - U. of Central Florida Halo 3 Event

    We had great success at the University of Central Florida on October 19th. I had the opportunity to DJ yet another great party (over 250 in attendance with the tournament capped at 100 players). First prize won a copy of Halo 3 Legendary Edition. Other prizes included Xbox games, Office Ultimate 2007...
  • Blog Post: XNA Game Studio 2.0 - What everyone should know

    If you haven't heard yet, XNA Game Studio 2.0 (as announced at GameFest) will have two features everyone will love (among others): Compatibility with all versions of Visual Studio 2005 - I can't even guesstimate the number of people who have personally asked me about this. Now I have good news...
  • Blog Post: 10 Reasons Why The Xbox 360 (And Live Platform) Is Awesome

    From the perspective of a PC GAMER FOR LIFE! (until now) For those of you who haven't jumped into the "next-gen console" wave yet, I have some words of advice. The 360 is, as Peter Griffin might say, "freakin' sweet." Let me first give you some perspective on my situation. I don't want to give...
  • Blog Post: Xbox 360 Networking With A Laptop's Wireless Connection

    Is your Xbox 360 in a room far, far away from your broadband router, and you just don't have the cash to spend on the Xbox wireless adapter ? You can get online easily by hijacking your laptop's wireless connection with the following tools: Laptop with wireless connection to some access point ...
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