Starting Over in Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition
Check out the enhanced draw distance over the PlayStation 3 version of the game. If you don't want to lose your hard work, you can import your saves from the PlayStation 3.
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What a great video to sell a game (not). I just don't get it though, so many on my friends list now have this game. I feel like I'm missing something.
You can see so far into the distance, the blocks become so small they're like pixels.
Y'know, like a normal game.
That is such a pointless video. At no point do you show the improvements gleaned from a higher draw distance.
wow just wow punching trees !!! that's all you could do
u could not like show us crafting maybe explored a cave ... planted a few seeds just to show new comers how the game is !!!??
ok u do know u can craft an axe right ???!!
r u trying to show this game to new comers and ur doing a horrible job
wow horrible death less than a minute into the game
well you did attack those innocent dogs so im glad u died :D
If the graphic wasn't so ugly i probably would have tried this game a long times ago.
I played Terraria for a while and loved it and from what i heard this game is superior to terraria in many way.
so.. all you do is chop floating trees and fight some weird block animals? what the?? really?? and this game sold zillions???
lolz luk at does low poly counts and lowres tecstures. ps4 cnt handle anythign past ps1 era gamez wlcome to the future gr8ness waits
@vadagar1 I know!
@packtop I rather play Terraria over this no matter how "superior" they say about this horrid pixelated game…. I rather hook up my Atari 2600 on my old TV and play that instead...
@Ahiru-San You really don't know about what minecraft is? It's really "legos" more than a conventional game. Yes, there are monsters, but it's about collecting the bits and bobs needed to make an axe and a pick etc to then collect bits and bobs to make buildings, farms, life size replicas of the USS Enterprise... you can even program games in the game via complex use of switches and stuff. It's pretty crazy - sky's the limit. But, yeah, much more a sandbox game for creative building than a conventional adventure game or something.