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When Minecraft announced its move to Xbox there was wide skepticism. Most of the gamers though that it would have some sort of limitations but they soon came to realize that the game was quite impressive. This game is basically a survival game where the world is made out of bricks. You can get wood by cutting trees and you can also mine minerals and make better tools. Although Minecraft doesn’t sound like it could be much fun, but it is highly addictive nonetheless. It requires one to use their own creativity and make housing items as well as tools.
This version is mostly just the same; no differences, really… The most noticeable difference is how instead of guessing how to craft whatever you want, you are given a list giving you items that you can pick. Once you have the materials, the game allows you to make your tools. This feature helps you become very intuitive when you want to create new furniture and tools.
One thing that gamers might find very attractive is the fact that the game has a split screen multiplayer. The game also has another feature where you are able to take a seat on the sofa with your pals and have a few drinks as you exchange ideas on how to mine and create tools. It allows the players to work as a team and also allows single players to pursue their different missions.
The only downside to this version of the game is that it has a small screen which requires you top move closer. The pixel text is also too small to be read. If the version has frequent updates however, and extension packs with support, then it would attract even more gamers. This version of the game is ideal for those that do not like computer gaming.