Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Business & Technology | Microsoft to let developers sell Xbox games online | Seattle Times Newspaper

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Microsoft Corp. will let independent developers sell video games for the Xbox 360 console - and keep most of the profits - beginning this holiday season, the company said Tuesday.

In a move to "democratize game development" and broaden the range of titles available for the Xbox 360, Microsoft said it will let game makers who are members of its $99-a-year XNA Creators Club submit their games for peer review. If they pass, the game creators can sell their work on the Xbox Live Marketplace, the console's online store.

Business & Technology | Microsoft to let developers sell Xbox games online | Seattle Times Newspaper

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