Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition (PS4) Review - Push Square

Push Square: "Even without the ability to install mods and play on infinite worlds propped up by dedicated servers, Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition is still a strong addition to your next-gen library. The improved visuals and larger settings alone make for a significantly better experience than is currently available on older consoles. Granted, the title’s not to everyone’s tastes, but there’s a reason that it’s dug a path into the hearts of millions of players since its initial release in 2011 – and you’ll probably have an inkling of whether you’re a fan by now."

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MarcoGT1533d ago

I played a bit of survival but last night and lots on creative mode and after a good few hours I'm hooked into making stuff, It's so simple yet so fun, watching streams as well to get ideas, it's only limited by imagination when it comes to building.
And the map was huge even in creative mode flying fast it seems to just go on and on. I love all the caves to explore and the difference in the landscape.
Got a lot of learning to get used to survival mode though so there's lot's to get out of this game, was a good buy.

3-4-51533d ago

Yea I love this game.

My Starting area has an Huge Towering island Fortress landmass with a waterfall pouring out of it.

I'm currently collecting materials to make that my new "Main" house.

It's going to take a while but should be worth it.

This game is awesome & the OST is one of the best ever IMO.

DivineCrusader1533d ago

I love the sense of adventure you get in survival mode.

Yesterday I stumbled upon an abandoned mineshaft, and got lost in the caves underneath it. Ended up with 21 diamonds and 10 emeralds. It was awesome.

Pillsbury11533d ago (Edited 1533d ago )

Inb4 Microsoft pulls it and makes it xbone exclusive... First rare now this?...

scark921533d ago

Rare died with Microsoft :(, I do not see what else Mojang can bring to the industry, Minecraft is great and innovative, but I doubt they can deliver something as big as Minecraft.