SevenII said: Some images from Minecon of Mincraft for 360. Still a work in progress.
See more here: www.minecraftforum.net/...
Purify said: Is this out because if it is I AM GETTING IT
SevenII said: The main reason we plan on buying this is so we can stop our 3 y/o son from usurping our PC's all the time.
Playing with the 360 controller should be fine with me since I've been using xpadder to play this on the PC for the most part. Only really used the keyboard and mouse for fast building.
Delta said: Having had Minecraft since alpha sometime early 2010, I don't think I can justify this... plus I've got stuff built in a friend's server that I definitely wouldn't be able to transfer over. The Android version I was very tempted by though, but it still comes down to the fact that I'm paying for the game twice. Also when you bought it in alpha, you were told you were entitled to all future versions of the game for no extra charge. I wonder if that applies to other platforms...
The big revelation was the new multiplayer mode. Minecraft on XBLA will support four-player splitscreen as well as eight-player online modes. These can also be interchanged, so you could notionally have two four-person households of Minecraft fanatics crafting a world together...
Minecraft will be available on XBLA on May 9th, 2012. It will cost 1,600 points
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