Introduces the fundamentals of Microsoft's free Game Studio Express (XNA GSE) for programming games for the Xbox 360 platform and Windows, discussing such topics as XNA requirements and components, how to create graphics with the XNA Framework, how to use Shaders to develop visual effects, and developing a game engine.Building Games for Xbox 360 and Windows with XNA Game Studio 2.0 Benjamin Nitschke. The beta versions and XNA 1.0 still required that you install Visual C# Express and the latest version of DirectX 9.0c first; maybe this will change when the final version of XNA 2.0 is shipped. ... just plug it into your PC and it should work fine on Windows XP and Vista after it automatically installs all required drivers.
|Title||:||Professional XNA Programming|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2008-02-26|