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    The ID@Xbox program was established in order to encourage independent developers to bring their games over to Xbox One.
    At the start of this generation, Microsoft was criticized by indie developers for the company's policy towards games that lacked a big-name publisher. Finding a publisher is often quite difficult, and not always desirable, as business considerations can stifle creativity. Making it as easy as possible for independent development is not only in the best interest of smaller companies, but also Microsoft, because this means that more games make their way over to the platform.
    This week, Microsoft announced a major milestone pointing to the success of the ID@Xbox program.

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    10-21-2017 12:50 PM

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