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Submitted by cl1983 117d ago | interview

Minecraft Xbox One - Mojang talks differences, updates and DLC plans

The Xbox One version of Minecraft is teetering on the edge of release, with port developer 4J Studios now tracking down the last few bugs before sending the game to Microsoft for Xbox Live certification. While largely the same game as its predecessor on Xbox 360, the new edition of Minecraft is one of the console's most anticipated titles - a testament to player hunger for opportunities not just to explore virtual worlds, but shape them. (Minecraft, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

MRMagoo123  +   117d ago
The only thing I don't like about the console versions of mine craft is the fact you have to pay for all the extras, on my pc I just download a mod or plug in and start playing.
DoomeDx  +   117d ago
Why do people disagree with you?
MRMagoo123  +   117d ago
Who knows, I would rather play it on console myself but its just better on pc because you dont get shafted into paying for things. IMHO mods should be allowed on the console versions and get rid of dlc, its not like the guys at mojang havent got enough money from the sales of the game.
Naga  +   117d ago
@ DoomeDX

They are the foolhardy few who would dare stand up to the PC Master Race, fighting back with the all-powerful "disagree"... I kid.

But in all honesty, I think people just don't like to be reminded of the differences. I mean, I'm going to keep playing on the console version regardless, but Magoo has a legitimate point. That said, it's not like we're being shafted for some exorbitant sum of money here either way. I think we can all agree that Minecraft players are getting a lot of game time for their dollar, regardless of where they are playing.
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Cobra951  +   117d ago
"D: I mean, having played Xbox 360 all those years, it would be really nice to just inherit all those games. My Xbox Live collection...

"O: I look back at my history, and it's like since the launch of Xbox I've got all these games and they've all just gone. It does seem sad. I understand the technical issues but it does seem sad. Unless you bother to have [both consoles] sat there."

And what is so bloody difficult about having two (or more) consoles "sat there"? This always makes me want to bang my head on a wall.

> "Oh, I can't play all my beloved games anymore!"

< "Why not?"

> "I traded away my old system when I bought a new one."

< (*Bash* *bash* *bash* . . .)

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