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While the Nintendo Direct didn't reveal what a lot of people thought it would reveal – which would be the official announcement of Minecraft on the Wii U – the PEGI ratings board did give indication that the world building game is rated for release on the Wii U.
YouTube is continuing to explode as the new medium in which nearly everyone the world around engages in and consumes on a daily basis. It houses a platform for all sorts of creative minds and uniquely distributed content. One of those content creators is YouTuber CaptainSparklez and he just bought a house for $4.5 million.
Minecraft's latest snapshot update includes a long-awaited feature for the building game. Players can now don a cape and take to the skies.
Folks who have always wanted to visit the vast worlds they’ve created in Minecraft will finally get that opportunity next spring as Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey announces that the insanely popular build-it-yourself game is heading to the Rift.
Minecraft is known for having all sorts of quirky gimmicks, glitches and mods. In the case of one player, he's not trying to exploit anything about the game... he's just trying to walk. In fact, player Kurt J. Mac has been walking in Minecraft for the past four and a half years.
It looks like the Minecraft community could become more connected than ever if the team at Mojang can work a little tech magic. It turns out they’re trying to make it so the game supports cross-platform play.
Mojang announced earlier this month that it will be launching the beta for a special new version of Minecraft, and that's the Windows 10 Edition. It'll be available to anyone who purchased the original PC/Mac edition for free.
Microsoft will have a new version of Minecraft ready at the end of July for the launch with Windows 10. The new version will be free for those who already own the game and it will cost a moderate $10 for a limited time for new users.
Mojang and Microsoft must be cackling with joy these days. The popular title Minecraft has managed to breach the 20 million sold mark on PC and Mac. This news comes just ahead of this year's Minecon event.
Minecraft is already an impressive bit of software tech. It allows players to build anything they want, as big and as long and as high as they want. Now imagine being able to bring those creations to life in a fully realized 3D real-world experience using HoloLens. You probably can't fathom it and that's okay because there's a video available to help you see what tomorrow's future looks like today.
Minecraft is the indie game that just keeps on giving. Some enterprising individuals have managed to completely recreate the Wii U exclusive shooter Splatoon within the confines of Minecraft.
There's a list of the most popular games on YouTube and what people love viewing more than anything else on the market. Some of the games might surprise you while others will make you scoff and go “Well, of course that game is on the list”.
The ever-expanding world of Minecraft is set to grow just a bit more soon, with Mojang announcing the impending launch of some new player skins, new music and brand new Achievements for those of you gaming on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
Sometimes hackers, coders, programmers make a hobby out of finding faults in security measures. Well, there was a server stability issue in Minecraft involving an inventory information exploit and it's finally been fixed... after two years.
A mechanically inclined gamer named MrSquishyYT constructed a working Pac-Man cabinet using only Minecraft's in-game materials.