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MS XNA Game Studio Express ( Beta ) + RocketCommanderXNA Full Source

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MS XNA Game Studio Express ( Beta ) + RocketCommanderXNA Full Source

MS XNA Game Studio Express (Beta) + RocketCommanderXNA Full Source
Windows XP Sp2 / Vista | 131, MB ( 95,7 + 36 )

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MS XNA Game Studio Express ( Beta ) + RocketCommanderXNA Full Source

RocketCommanderXNA Full Source Code
Use RocketCommanderXna.sln to compile and run the game on Windows and RocketCommanderXnaXbox360.sln to compile and deploy it to your Xbox 360. For additional details please read the XNA documentation. The game runs at a very good performance on the Xbox 360, you still got over 60 fps in HDTV 1920x1050 (1080p) with full AA enabled.


MS XNA Game Studio Express ( Beta ) + RocketCommanderXNA Full Source


1: Download and install Microsoft Visual C# 2005 Express Edition. This free edition of Microsoft Visual C# is what you will use to create the code for your XNA Game Studio Express games, and is required to be installed before you install Microsoft XNA Game Studio Express.

2: Install Microsoft XNA Game Studio Express. Once the installation is complete, you can start Microsoft XNA Game Studio Express and start making games for Windows. For known issues and setup information, see the Release Notes

3: If you would like to create games for Xbox 360, follow the instructions in Connecting to Your Xbox 360 with XNA Game Studio Express to learn how to enroll in the XNA Creators Club and download the XNA Game Launcher for your Xbox 360 console. Once you have followed these instructions, you can start making games for both Xbox 360 and Windows.

Install XNA on Vista:
You have to install C# Express SP1, not just the normal C# Express.
If you launch both the SP1 and XNA installs from an elevated command prompt and run XNA GSE “as administrator”, then it should work just fine.