Definition of Technical Certification Requirements
Technical Certification Requirements means objective requirements regarding the proper operation of the Software Titles in conjunction with the Xbox 2 and Xbox Live [***] to ensure proper functioning of the Software Titles on the Xbox 2 and Xbox Live, including that (i) the Software Title initiates and functions properly when put into the Xbox 2, (ii) the Software Title does not contain any viruses or other code that are likely to cause damage to the Xbox 2, Xbox Live or other Xbox games, (iii) the Software Title does not contain crash bugs that recur under common operational and game play circumstances, (iv) the Software Title operates correctly in conjunction with all authorized peripheral products and Xbox 2 hardware configurations with which the Software Title is intended to be used, and (v) the Software Title does not corrupt any writable media or devices attached to or incorporated into the Xbox 2, such as the built-in hard disk and authorized memory card peripherals. It is further understood by the parties that in some cases to ensure correct use of the hardware, specific function calls and libraries may be required under this provision. The Technical Certification Requirements will be set forth in the Xbox 2 Guide and enforced during Certification. The above requirements anticipated for inclusion in the Xbox 2 Guide are representative of the types of requirements appropriate to ensure that each Software Title correctly uses, and functions properly on the Xbox 2 and with Xbox Live. Microsoft reserves the right to add additional requirements to the Technical Certification Requirements in accordance with Section 6 below.
Examples of Technical Certification Requirements in a sentence
Once [***] a Software Title is in compliance with the Replication Requirements, Technical Certification Requirements and the Usability Requirements, Microsoft will promptly convert the Software Title submission provided by EA to the form necessary in order for the Software Title to be manufactured, and Microsoft will immediately submit the Software Title, in a form ready for manufacturing, to the Authorized Replicator designated by EA.
Microsoft shall conduct testing of the Software Title to determine the Software Titles compliance with the Technical Certification Requirements and the Usability Requirements (Certification Testing) and shall subsequently provide EA with the results of such testing, including any required fixes required prior to achieving Certification in accordance with Section 5.2.5 below.
The Durango Publisher Guide may consist of (i) Technical Certification Requirements, Branding Specifications, Marketing Guidelines, FPU Technical Specifications and Packaging Requirements ( as each of those terms are defined herein) ("Required Categories") and (ii) other information (e.g. royalty payment) regarding other operational aspects of Durango and Xbox LIVE.
Microsoft reserves the right to add additional requirements to the Technical Certification Requirements in accordance with Section 6 below.
Publisher Hosting Services and Publisher Hosted Online Content shall at all times comply with the requirements of the Xbox 360 Publisher Guide and the Technical Certification Requirements related to the family settings features of the Xbox 360 and Xbox Live.