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- Created by award-winning adventure game powerhouse Telltale Games, in partnership with Minecraft creators, Mojang.
- You will drive the story through the decisions you make: what you say to people (and how you say it), and what you choose to do in moments of thrilling action will make this YOUR story.
- All eight episodes in the series, all five episodes of Season One and all three episodes of the Adventure Pass.
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Explore Minecraft in VR
Get right inside the world of Minecraft with virtual reality. Build, explore and battle mobs - do all the things you know and love - but from a fresh perspective. With a VR headset on, coming face- to-face with monstrous mobs takes on new meaning; creeping into dark caves inspires even greater trepidation thanks to 3D audio; and the light of a gorgeous sunrise seems to envelop you more completely.
BE THE HERO OF A GRAND ADVENTURE IN THE MINECRAFT UNIVERSE! Embark on a perilous quest across the Over world, to the End, and beyond. While at EnderCon in hopes of meeting Gabriel the Warrior, you and your friends discover that something is wrong. something dreadful. Terror is unleashed, and you must set out on a quest to find The Order of the Stone if you are to save your world from oblivion. With a team of friends at your side, and a troubled land in need of heroes, your decisions - what you say and do - drive the story around you, so choose wisely!
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For a game that is much more watching than playing, this is an extremely frustrating thing. There were times where I wanted to keep playing, but just couldn't stand to sit through a large portion of the game again that I had just sat through, in the hopes that I would get the button prompts correct when they flashed up there again when I FINALLY got back to the spot that I had died. Granted, most of the prompts in this game give a fair amount of time to react and are pretty forgiving, but certainly not all of them! And that's besides the point anyway. There is no reason that the game should set you back so far if you die, no matter how frequently or infrequently it happens. This killed it for my kids and almost killed it for me too. There were times I turned it off because I had zero desire to sit through the same ten or fifteen minutes for a third time in a row, and then I also had no motivation to turn it back on again later, knowing that was what was waiting for me. Overall, I like the game but again, I absolutely loathed that one thing about it, and despite my interest in other Telltale games, I won't be checking them out, as I assume they will be the same way.