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firearrow505

Played a demo on Xbox, when i get a XBOX live point card i'd download the full game.

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komicturtle

If you have a computer that can run Minecraft I highly suggest you get the PC version. You get way more out of it. And it looks like they have a long way to go to even get the Xbox version to catch up to the computer version.

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Drawdler

The Pocket Edition is really cheap compared to the PC one, but I don't know about XBox. Good Game mentions that it has a proper tutorial and tutorial villages, something the PC version lacks, but if it's as badly cut as @L4DYK0M1C says, don't bother. Once you play the original, uncut edition, you will probably despise the others. I know I can't play my iPad save anymore.

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Magi

afaik, the Xbox version is just an older version than the current PC version. Mojang is working hard on getting it updated though. Having never played the PC version, I am perfectly content to play the Xbox version. The fact that I could play split screen with my kids was a big plus too. Now that they all have their own Xboxs its not such a big deal though.

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AlexSays

I have both versions and I actually prefer the 360 version.

There's no logical reason why, so if you try to tell me why the PC version is better, you're preaching to the PC-loving choir.

I just like the fact I don't have to know the crafting formulas. And I like playing with my 360 controller. And I like playing on my TV. I realize I could still use my PC for those last two, but I'm too lazy to set that up.

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Captain_Hookey

i just bought the full game on XBOX.

makes $10 an hour for 6 hours at your local chatroom...

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iPancakez wrote:

I'm sorry, but I really hate Minecraft.

Then don't comment on the only (active) minecraft thread.

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komicturtle

AlexSays wrote:

I have both versions and I actually prefer the 360 version.

There's no logical reason why, so if you try to tell me why the PC version is better, you're preaching to the PC-loving choir.

I just like the fact I don't have to know the crafting formulas. And I like playing with my 360 controller. And I like playing on my TV. I realize I could still use my PC for those last two, but I'm too lazy to set that up.

That's one thing I like about the 360 version- the crafting formulas are already there. What I like most about the PC version are the crazy fun mods you can do (Pokemon mods are awesome) and the ability to share seeds to visit worlds created by others. Also, the texture modifications and the ability to create your own avatar.. As well as the servers you can easily find at Planet Minecraft. I frequent 3 servers, one has up to 27 players every day, creating and collaborating together. It's really what you make most out of it. I just really love the amount of customization you have on the PC version.

I guess I'm mostly talking about the value more than anything. Hopefully, 4J Studios gets the Xbox version up to speed with the PC version and hopefully, allow cross platform play like they were originally planning. I'm crossing my fingers that Microsoft allows this for Minecraft...

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Captain_Hookey

i created a giant GLUTTONY Homunculus (From Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood), and i made him a portal as a mouth, because whenever he eats sh*t, he sends them to a failed version of the portal of truth. instead of THAT, it sends players to the Nether, in this case.

makes $10 an hour for 6 hours at your local chatroom...

Geonjaha

Not really. Play Minecraft enough and night time just becomes a way to get plenty of zombie flesh to keep that hunger bar up.

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Magi

Any idea how many monster generators there are in any given map? I incorrectly assumed that once you finished the demo that you had to create your own map to continue to play and invite friends. Because of this assumption, I never left the beginning walled-in area of the demo. Feeling bored, I decided to run around the demo again and discoverd that there are two towns, a castle/church/tower building, and a lighthouse. Thinking this would be pretty nifty to start with, some friends and I attempted to all get into the same demo game and it worked. We dug around a little bit just around the first town and we've discovered three monster generators.

I'm really digging this map.

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FOREST_RANGER

@Magi Levels are procedurally generated, so the count of monster generators is likely randomized. No idea about the demo map.

I honestly would play the 360 version often if I can convince my friends to play it. Maybe there should be a NintendoLife Minecraft community? Don't know how that could work when we're split with the PC and Xbox versions. Please make cross-platform play possible 4J!!

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