Hello people. I first wanted to apologies for Machine Gun Preacher. Not my best work. I could tell you a million and one excuses, but many are unrelated, fewer still are good…. but anyway, i’m still sorry. I’m doing the review of Minecraft, finally, as part of a long lost plan back in the posts of history, pre 365. I awake enough now to review so finally, enjoy. Oh, also, i’ve noticed recently that my paragraphs may be a little to long…. but you don’t want to know about that, so…
As i’ve said before, i STILL, not sure how tbh, don’t own Minecraft. I’ts an amazing game, but i still havn’t been bothered enough to get it. Why; answers in the comments please. Still, i have played it many times at friends and online for free, before it went all lag city on me, so i have an opinion on a lot of it.
Now i’ve justified that i can review this game, here goes. Minecraft is blocks that you mine from the ground. Easy right. You think i would get this on my first go, but no. I just walked around for a bit, discovered clicking allowed me to punch and that repeated punching allowed me to break things like flowers, which works in real life, and trees, which…. well didn’t work. My survival tactic was to get wood, dig a hole, and pray for the fucking tutorial to kick in any second…
…It didn’t. After learning the hard way about doors and creepers dreams of joining the Teleban, I was able to build my first house. My moment of pride. After much digging, crafting, building and rebuilding, i finally had a house. It was underground. Now, this brings me to a question; a question that has been burning in my mind for since this games first beta. Why are there so many houses above ground on a mining game. The zombies and spiders are up there. Underground, there only in dungeons, and if your unprepared, unlit places. So why all the tera firma style houses?
Now to the mining. I loved the tunnel building, the exploring possibilities and the just the sheer fun of finding things you realize on finding that you need in excess amounts. I love the sounds as you mine and the so many things you can craft. But above all, i loved the mine cart system. That was just an excuse to build a roller coaster.
All the extra things like boats, the Nether and golden apples just help to make the game as good as it is. Hunting sheep cause you need a bed, hunting skeletons cause you want bigger trees and hunting creepers because you too nerdy to join the army and go to Afghanistan. It’s just way to fun a game to pass up and i don’t know what sort of game it is, parse categories, but i know what i’m scoring it.
That Other Guy