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Submitted by dotarray 1030d ago | news

US Weekly questions Notch over Prince William

GamePron: After the Minecon party started to wrap up, Notch, the brains behind the game, posted to Twitter that he was at a certain club in Vegas. Seems this innocent post attracted a little unusual attention, with a reporter from US Weekly Magazine contacting the game developer. The reporter didn’t want to know about Minecraft. The magazine is not interested in the long-awaited official release of the game, or how the first-ever fan convention went.

No. The American media is far more interested in one thing: The British Royal Family. (Culture, iPad, iPhone, Minecraft, Notch, PC)

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