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#4809162 How many of you have lied in your professional Resume?

Posted by on 10 May 2011 - 04:27 PM

There's virtually no gain to lying on a resume in the games industry - tech/art tests generally follow the resume, and after that a technical interview. A cleverly sold resume won't get you past those, and if you can get past those you generally don't need to lie on your resume anyway.

#4768605 Getting gamepad to work on PC in XNA

Posted by on 02 February 2011 - 11:48 AM

Yep it works with my 360 both wired and wirelessly

I thought it might be something like the controller was already paired with the 360 so wouldnt pair with my computer because with it plugged into my laptop, whenever i pressed the guide button it turned on my 360 hehe...

so, i unplugged my 360, and pressed the wireless button on the top of the controller just to hopefully make it forget about the 360, but still that didn't help any.

Is this a wired controller or a wireless controller that you're attaching via a USB charger? It sounds like the latter.

As far as I know, you can't connect a wireless controller this way. You either need a wired controller or you need to purchase the wireless 360 connector. Both of which are a little hard to find these days.

I could be wrong, but I never got it to work when I was doing 360 dev.