MSFT wants to distribute XNA games like YouTube
Posted by XanTium | September 13 21:57 EST | News Category: Xbox360
In an exclusive two-part interview with Developmag.com, part one of which is available today, Chris Satchell (General manager of Microsoft's game developer group) said: "It's always been our vision since we've started.
"We use a music analogy - you know, it's like we've given the instruments so they can go and play music now, but what's the radio station where they can reach everyone? It's cool that they can invite people around and play in front of them, which is sort of the Creators Club, but hey, they want to play to the world."
"We don't have anything to announce about it yet, but I think it's really exciting, and to me that's the next really big step - we've opened up the Xbox, we've given a cross-platform framework, we've changed the paradigm of game development to make it easier.
"Now we need to provide people a stage to play on, a distribution medium so that they can show off their creativity to everyone. That's always been our vision and remains our vision."
Full Story: developmag.com (via xbox360fanboy.com)