'Minecraft: The game that changed everything' book coming in November

From news that was just announced today, a new book covering the story of how "Minecraft" changed the gaming world will be hitting retailers this coming November.

According to information sent to today, Seven Stories Press announced "Minecraft: The Unlikely Tale of Markus 'Notch' Persson and the Game that Changed Everything" will be coming to book stores on Nov. 20th.

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panbit862010d ago

I just don't see what people find in this...

NeXXXuS2010d ago

I actually didn't really like it until I tried it. It's like playing with legos all over again which is more than likely why I love it. I haven't been able to play it for a while though...

MooseWI2010d ago

Do we really need a book for this haha.

Blacktric2010d ago (Edited 2010d ago )

Did we really need a convention dedicated for this?

That's what I've been asking to myself ever since I saw a video of the convention.

ps3_pwns2010d ago (Edited 2010d ago )

minecraft didnt change anything its just the on of many games that came out before it to get popular. minecraft is fun for a bit but nothin you should be sinking massive time into especially after seeing other stuff people make completely destroys the stuff you make. you really dont get much out of minecraft even if you are th creative type. id get legos instead because you can do roleplay battles and storys that are more pic then small weak spider and zombie things chasing you.

Lbp was the real start in creating and makingn your own worlds type deal it started all of this type of stuff

SilentNegotiator2010d ago (Edited 2010d ago )

1) Completely recycle an existent game
2) Market it very well
3) Sell lots of copies
4) Gaming is changed forever!!


I like Minecraft, but "changed everything"?.....meh, I don't know about that. You could incorporate it into the whole indie scene changing things, but the indie scene didn't begin or end with Minecraft.

ApolloTheBoss2010d ago

Lots of games changed the gaming world, yet do you see any books being written about it? Ego much?