Microsoft just announced plans to bridge the gap between the XNA
development community with the Xbox Live community by allowing XNA games to be tested, tried and shared over Xbox Live. This new service will be rolled out "soon" and will allow Live members to access, rate, review and play new community created XNA Arcade games which will greatly increase the XBLA's current library. And, as a sampling of what's to come when the service debuts, Microsoft has just placed seven beta versions of XNA created games onto the XBLA so that the developers can get important feedback about their projects. Games including JellyCar
, Little Gamers
and our personal love, The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai
. Now THIS is what we call user created content. Bravo!