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Submitted by NGB 812d ago | review

NGB: Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition Review

With no real objective or goals, Minecraft is the true definition of a sandbox game. Sure, it has certain boundaries and limits, but the experience is dictated by your imagination alone. Want to spend the day building an epic castle? Go for it. Maybe you just want to relax and spend a few hours mining for cobblestone? No problem, you can do exactly that. It’s these simple elements along with the plethora of options that made Minecraft a mammoth success on the PC, and the majority of them have made their way across to the Xbox 360 untouched. The lack of create mode, mods and dedicated servers will be seen as major negatives to hardcore PC players, but for everyone else this is an excellent opportunity to dig into Mojang’s fantastic creation. (Minecraft, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

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