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  • Blog Post: Building game with Xbox Controller Support

    Xbox One Wireless Controller can work with your PC if you download one of the following driver packages: PC drivers for Xbox One Controller (x86) PC drivers for Xbox One Controller (x64) . Note To use your Xbox One controller with your console after using it with a PC, you must re-sync the controller...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Acquires Mojang Minecraft

    Head of Xbox Phil Spencer discusses Microsoft’s acquisition of Minecraft and Microsoft’s respect and admiration for the Minecraft community across all devices and platforms. http://youtu.be/lXNWchwDiG8
  • Blog Post: Getting ready for Build 2014?

    Are you ready? Are you Excited?  Build 2014 is now only a few days away! So make sure your ready for the announcements and opportunities for engagement that will bring. Check out the sessions http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2014 We will be Tweeting from the live streaming of the BUILD keynote...
  • Blog Post: ID@Xbox - Independent Developers Publishing Program for Xbox One

    Getting Ready for the next generation The ID@Xbox program enables qualified game developers of all sizes including educators and students to unleash their creativity by self-publishing digital games on Xbox One, giving studios the tools and support needed to maximize their success. Here's the process...
  • Blog Post: GDC/GamesCom 2013 Cologne

    Last week I had a hectic week in the city of Cologne, Germany. Why Cologne well simply because Cologne was serving as host to both GDC Europe and Gamescom 2013.   I had the opportunity to meet many of my European colleagues and represent the UK developer ecosystem on the ground for two of the most...
  • Blog Post: Developing titles for Xbox live for Windows (PC/Tablet), Web, and Windows Phone

    Developing Games for Windows (PC/Tablet), Web, and Windows Phone Microsoft Studios mission is to pioneer hit innovative experiences that deliver on the promise of Microsoft Gaming Platforms. Microsoft Studios has multiple initiatives available for Xbox LIVE enabled games around Windows (PC/Tablet), Web...
  • Blog Post: Creating an Xbox Live Indie Game account

    In order to sign up to Xbox Live Indie Games portal you simply need to go to http://create.msdn.com However first you need to first create an Xbox Live account.  - If you previously had an App Hub Account, there is no path for you to register on Xbox Indie Games Portal for free as a student, so...
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