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Video Game - 2014 | PlayStation 4.
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ESRB content rating: E 10+, Everyone 10+ (fantasy violence).
Publisher: San Mateo, CA : Sony Computer Entertainment America, [2014]
Edition: PlayStation 4.
Characteristics: 1 computer optical disc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Additional Contributors: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Alternative Title: Minecraft PlayStation 4 edition


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Aug 31, 2018

Minecraft is a vast sandbox game developed by Microsoft, with two notable gamemodes: Survival and Creative. Both offer a different style of gameplay. Survival has you hunting for resources, with the goal of making it to The End and beating the Ender Dragon. However, even after you finish the game, there is still plenty to do. There's not really a story in Minecraft: you make your own story each time you play the game. Each world you make is you beginning a new chapter in your Minecraft story. Creative is a mode where you have access to all the resources in the game, without having to harvest anything first. If Survival is the "game" part of Minecraft, Creative is the "sandbox" part of it. One of the best things about Minecraft is being able to play online with friends. Console editions of Minecraft can support up to 8 players online, in both Survival and Creative. This is a very fun and social game that I would 100% recommend. There aren't any downsides to Minecraft at all, which is why I would rate it 5 out of 5 stars. It's an absolute must play.
@PotatoLeekSoup of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

I’d rate this game 5 out of 5 stars. It’s a really good game for all ages. My experience on playing Minecraft was good, I still play it to this day. This game can be played alone or with friends, it’s not a violent game there is no blood or anything graphic so it is appropriate for children under 12. My personal opinion on this game is that it’s really fun, you can use your imagination and creativity. I love playing it in my free time. I usually play with friends. I rarely play alone because it is more fun playing with someone.
@Blue of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

Minecraft is an open-world pixelated sandbox developed by Mojang whose only limit is your creativity. Released previously on PC, now to home consoles, Minecraft provides an endless amount of hours of enjoyment. I have played this game for years, from it’s beginning up until now and I can still say that this game holds up. The worlds you create are randomly loaded, generating vast beautiful environments in which you can do so much in. Caves filled with precious jewels and monsters, forests with so many types of wood, deserts with abandoned temples, a hellish landscape named the Nether that proves to challenge anyone who dares to enter. The game is constantly being updated, so you won’t need to worry about it getting stale! If the word timeless was in the form of a video game then Minecraft is that game. I will never forget the first house I built. The game is both singleplayer and multiplayer, each providing their separate layers of fun for everyone. Anyone of any age can sit down and play it at any time as it requires no previous knowledge of anything. You mine, you craft, and you build, so simple and yet so awesome. If that wasn’t enough, C418’s music is so pleasing to the ears, even today people listen in. If you want a game that you can play forever with everyone and anyone then this is the game for you, as I knew it was for me. 5/5
@CorporalKronos of The Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

Nov 15, 2016

It is a great game, but it has giant spiders and zombies.
No blood but is for creative kids. I love it!

Mar 10, 2016

Great for kids!


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Nov 15, 2016

ORION MOWILOS thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 21

May 26, 2016

goldengod thinks this title is suitable for 40 years and over


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