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Submitted by HK6 1208d ago | review

Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition Review | Nerd Vice

If you have never played Minecraft before, the 360 version is a great place to start. It has a very solid tutorial system that helps you learn the ropes with ease. On top of the very noob-friendly tutorial system, the crafting interface has also been revamped for the 360 version. The new crafting system suits the 360 controller pretty well and is very useful for new-comers as well long-time veterans. (Minecraft, Xbox 360) -

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Psychonaughty  +   1208d ago
Just played several hours of this game last night in coop mode with my bro and it was great, I could never get into the game on pc because playing coop over the internet really isn't my kinda thing, it's just too disconnected, I like good old couch gameplay and this fills that whole nicely.

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