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Minecraft- PC

Minecraft- PC
alaScore 91

70 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 70 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the story. The multi player mode is also mentioned favorably, but some have doubts about the graphics.

gameplay, multi player, story

graphics

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Minecraft- PC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 70 reviews)

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Minecraft Review

 

Building, crafting, and adventuring doesn't get much better than in Minecraft.

Blocky retro aesthetic is charming ; Crafting system has amazing depth ; Great balance between building and adventuring

No in-game tutorials or recipe guides ; Some game elements feel unfinished

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Minecraft Review

 

It's been playable for years, but it's finally time for IGN to review Minecraft. There's never been a better time to join the phenomenon.

Like any review, my feelings on Minecraft are the result of my experience with it. Maybe you don’t thrive off random adventures like I do, or maybe you won’t feel the same sense of accomplishment I did when I completed my first house. If not, then you...

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Review: Minecraft Officially Releases, Apparently -- And is a Great Game After All

 

Its uniqueness defies the crowd who might go, "MINECRAFT IS WAY 2 BLOCKY. I MEAN LOOK AT GAMES LIKE MW3. YOU CAN DO BETTER NOTCH."

Minecraft, one might have noticed, is kind of a big deal. If you're the sort of person who reads about videogames on the Internet, which seems like a safe assumption, it would have taken a directed force of will to avoid hearing about it by now. So you...

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Minecraft Review

 

Is Minecraft a phenomenon that you should be paying attention to, or should you simply ignore it until it goes away?

So yes, there is a point now. You must work your way up through the game's resource tree, equipping yourself with better and better gear and leveling up until you are powerful enough to face the Enderdragon. Yet, to those of us who fell in love with...

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Minecraft

 

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Over 200 crafting recipes and a Creative Mode offer endless hours of gameplay, and a thriving community makes playing with others exceptionally fun

The game still feels buggy and unpolished at the time of writing; griefers plague many servers

This game has given me more hours of gameplay that most of my other game purchases over the last few years combined. I would actually be reluctant or embarrassed to release my total numbers of gameplay, but that is an evidence of the addictive nature...

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Minecraft- PC

 

If you're the sort of person who prefers a more tightly crafted experience, then Minecraft might not be for you, but if you're able to lose yourself in finding your own fun, there isn't a better game than Minecraft.

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Minecraft- PC

 

I showed the game to my nineyear- old cousin and her six-year-old sister, and there was a period of stunned silence, followed by a din of suggestions and pleas and queries. My parents get it. My grandparents get it. People burnt out on WoW get it,...

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Minecraft- PC

 

Now that it's finally "finished," Minecraft stands as a remarkable achievement - not only a well-rounded gaming experience, but a chance for players to experiment, explore freely and reshape their environment to an almost ludicrous level. If you own a...

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Minecraft- PC

 

Minecraft is by far one of the most fascinating and progressive games ever made, both in terms of its leanings towards procedural generation and emergent gameplay, and the way it has been so openly developed.

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Minecraft- PC

 

Completing a huge construction project is as rewarding as finishing the giant Lego set you got for Christmas that time was, except you can walk through it and "live" there. When it's at its best, Minecraft blurs the line between toy and game...

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