Sony have released a free, condensed version of Minecraft which you can play in your browser over any website – you can see it below over IGM for instance.
checkmate MS, your move.
its not Minecraft. All you do is have a pick axe and click the screen or you can let a Creeper explode Just follow the instructions http://www.facebook.com/son... My browser crashed when I turned it off.
that's pathetic. lol (couldn't be bothered to read article so I'll take your word) @TheDareDevil last I read it was MS keeping MC from coming to the PS3...and that would be the only reason why I'd even bring them up.
I fail to see how MS is involved in this, but yeah whatever helps you sleep at night bud.
Does this mean you can play minecraft on a PS3 now??
I still expect a PS3 release 6 months after the 360 release. Notch has hinted to such. The Witcher 2 will be the same. http://www.xtralife.es/play... That is the same site that leaked the 360 version.
It's safe to assume that most things "exclusive" to xbox are just timed, bar forza,halo etc obviously.
MS is so smart, they saw how popular Minecraft was on youtube and snagged it up. Sony was caught sleeping again, what else is new.
yet they dont sleep on the numerous exclusives that come out an microsoft are focused on kinect. yeah thats fun.
gtxgamer2 - indeed my friend, Sony has bought 23 exclusive studios and they are continue to buy and microsoft is shutting down most of their studios... i dont know why MS would close down their exclusive studios though, i got no clue.
I doubt it was the fact that Sony was "sleeping", its just that Microsoft offered money for it. Its not sensible to throw money down for timed content and thats why Sony has such an abundance of content whereas Microsoft's game library is becoming so stale and lackluster. It doesn't matter how much money Microsoft is offering because it always comes to PlayStation eventually anyway.
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