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XNA Changes, Indie Developers Rejoice


Good News everyone, it seems that Microsoft is giving Indie Developers something sweet for the new year. According to the post Microsoft has raised the size restrictions on indie games from 150MB to 500MB, reworked the pricing and raised the limit on how many games a developer can have. This is great news for anyone wanting to create their own game using XNA Game Studio and those who are currently using it. I see the quality of future indie games taking a great leap forward. What are your thoughts on the new changes?

Check out the full post:
XNA Team Blog

[via GameInformer]

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