"We're not using the beta moniker as an excuse for shipping an unfinished product. I would say we're almost proud of shipping an unfinished product."
In this free GDC Vault video from GDC Next 2013, Team Dakota's Soren Hannibal discusses the plans for using community feedback to improve the upcoming free-to-play game, along with how to build a sandbox as a service and maintain 'build once play anywhere' worlds across the vastly different Xbox 360 and Xbox One, in the talk 'Project Spark: Enabling and Inspiring the User to Make (Almost) Anything.'
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