Video Review: Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition (PS4)

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Title: Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition
Format: Blu-ray disc / PlayStation Network Download (215 MB)
Release Date: September 3, 2014
Publisher: Mojang
Developer: 4J Studios, Mojang
Original MSRP: $19.99
ESRB Rating: E10+
Minecraft is also available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One PC, Mac OS X, iOS and Android.
The PlayStation Network download version was used for this review.
A copy of this game was provided by the publisher for review purposes.
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Score:
10

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Written by Vinny McNab

Vinny McNab

Been playing on a Playstation since 1995. Dayz fanatic both mod and standalone. One of the co-host of the PSNation Sideshow.

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  • Roger Cannon

    Thanks Biddeman. I’ve been playing it and didn’t notice the touch pad feature. I’ve been trying to convince some older gamers I know that this is a worthwhile game, but it ain’t easy. It’s not for everyone.

    • Biddaman

      You’re welcome, it can be kinda hard to get people interested in this game. It really an acquired taste. But once people get past the simple looks and feel. It can be a pretty deep game.

  • J.D. Dabbs

    I think the hardest part about getting others to play is getting them past their assumption that this is just a “gather and build” game. It takes some time and effort to get to the real objectives that are not obvious within the first hours of play. I have to admit that I enjoyed building things, but had no idea the Nether or Ender Dragon even existed for a long time! There really is serious depth to the game, but you have to be willing to spend time digging in to really understand it.

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