Minecraft 1.9.3 Pre-Release introduces new items, enchantments, baby animals, and a simplified potion system
Oh for christ sake, just get the game out. Stop it with the press releases, you've never did it before so I don't know why you guys have started it now.
these press releases are benefiting him and the more it benefits him the better the games gonna get so either way its a win for everyone so theres no need to get mad about it.
There were never "press releases". These websites get their news from Notch's twitter. If you're getting annoyed at all these media coverage, which is very unreasonable of you, go blame it on these game websites. And just get the game out? They need to release the game update by update to make sure bugs are easier to fix. Also, even when do finally leave beta phase and release the full game, there's still going to be regular updates. So, whether or not they get the game out or not, there will always be "press releases". By the way, what are you doing complaining about too many press releases when you could easily just avoid clicking on news links regarding minecraft? You remind me of those who keep bitching about ign on youtube, when they could easily have not watched the videos.
Notch. What have you done to Minecraft lately? Enchanting tables? THIS ISNT ELDER SCROLLS! THIS IS MINECRAFT. MINECRAFT NEEDS TO BE ITS OWN GAME! I prefered it when food replenished health, not hunger. When playing custom maps, im like: Ummmm how do I get my health back up again? I thought it replenished automatically no matter what difficulty you're on, but for some reason, that stops at some point. NOTCH PUT THINGS BACK TO THE WAY IT WAS, PLEASE!!
I think he's trying to make it more towards a open-world adventure game, giving players as many options as possible. Creation mode is fun, but I think they are slowly leaning towards a more directed gameplay with each update. I think both options are good as they will complement each other and prevent the game from becoming stale.
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