Minecraft review

Minecraft is an open-ended and explorative world that is unlike anything else that has ever been seen before. It is a classic game where the options are limitless. It is also one of the best selling and developed video games out there as well, with its official release being in November 2011. One thing that sets this game apart from the rest is the fact that you can use and create materials however these materials need to be harvested and developed before they can be used. it is possible to dig tunnels and harvest trees with axe or even gather water. This adds another stage to the gameplay and it also allows you to design and create things that you never thought possible. All the buildings in the game can be created from scratch and this is great if you are a fan of open world, constructive games that really do have endless opportunities.

One thing that you should know about this game is that there is no story. For this reason, if you love story games or character development, you should really stay clear because this game won’t give you what you need. You will find however that you can fight monsters using a range of weapons, including swords and bows.

So what else is kind of bad about Minecraft? The graphics are incredibly blocky and there isn’t any blood or gore either. As mentioned above, if this is your thing, go for WOW or another similar RPG. If you’re a parent considering this for your child, it is a safe bet and you shouldn’t have any problems with it.

Another thing that you should know about this game is that it is hosted on non-moderated servers. This means that there may be profanity and offensive language, not to mention that you may come across some suggestive player created structures as well. Of course, if you’re an adult, this is all part of the fun but if you have kids, take note of the above concerns.