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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1230d ago | review

Guardian - Minecraft Review

Guardian - Much as the molten core of its world swills deep below its grassy topsoil, so Minecraft the game is buried somewhere deep beneath the crust of Minecraft the phenomenon. This is no great surprise.

An independent web-game written in an outmoded language and drawn with rudimentary blocks and 16-bit colours that finds unprecedented financial success will confound the wisdom of most video game critics, consultants and publishing mavens. So it's inevitable that discussion of the "what" will be smothered by discussion of the "how" and the "why". (Minecraft, PC) -

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