Minecraft items now available for your Xbox LIVE Avatars

Creeper ShirtXbox gamers who are fans of Minecraft will be stoked to know that they’ll now be able to dress up their Xbox LIVE avatars with Minecraft-themed items and clothes. Ranging from items like the iconic diamond sword, Minecraft T-shirts and the Steve head; fans of the game will find tons of objects and pets they can purchase to show their love for the game. Items range from as low as 80 points and go all the way up to 240 points.

For those of you interested in trying out the items before you buy, just head over to the Xbox LIVE Marketplace, log in and click “Try on” for the items you want. Minecraft isn’t on the Xbox 360 yet, but it is slated to arrive on the Microsoft gaming console sometime later this year.

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