Minecraft – Xbox One

July 27, 2015 - Comment

Build with your imagination! Minecraft, one of the best-selling games on Xbox 360, is now available on Xbox One. Create and explore your very own world where the only limit is what you can imagine – just be sure to build a shelter before night comes to keep yourself safe from monsters. Related

Build with your imagination! Minecraft, one of the best-selling games on Xbox 360, is now available on Xbox One. Create and explore your very own world where the only limit is what you can imagine – just be sure to build a shelter before night comes to keep yourself safe from monsters.

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Lucas says:

So addicting! I had never played Minecraft on PC or 360 so I can’t compare graphics (as if a tiny bit of resolution on 8-bit graphics matters).What can I tell you though is that this is one of the most addicting games I’ve ever played! It’s not your standard game in that it does not have a plot and storyline that you follow. You create a world and then build in that world. It’s as simple as that. You can built whatever your heart desires. Well, whatever your heart desires that can be built with cubes and a variety of tools and accessories. When I first heard of Minecraft I thought it was more tailored towards children. Make no mistake, this game is great for everyone. I have an 8 year old nephew who loves building simple towers and houses, while I try to challenge myself a little more and build entire cities with unique textures and designs. It is so satisfying to think of a new design and see your idea come alive as you build it to completion. Once you get an idea in your head, it’s…

Vdub says:

Everything is awesome! Oops, wrong franchise. The Xbox One version of this game is about what you would expect: Awesome.Are the graphics noticeably better with breathtaking hi-res textures and more complex polygons and animations? Ha! But that’s not what Minecraft is about.There’s no real story or campaign or objectives in Minecraft. You simply start out, have a variety of tools and environments to explore/destroy/build upon, and do whatever you want from there.Complexity ranges from ultra simple (TNT go boom lolz!), to as horrendously complex as you want to make it (wiring switches to do all kinds of crazy things, create meta-games, and so forth).There’s the standard mode where you have a life bar, more limited resources (which forces you to craft/farm/mine for resources), and enemies. Or creative mode which is more suited for purely creating awesome stuff faster and easier. You can fly, move super fast, have unlimited materials, and so forth. Creative mode will prove to be a much…

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