Using augmented reality (AR) for gaming makes a lot of sense, although admittedly it took the success of Pokemon GO for developers to really sit up and pay attention to it. For those who are looking forward to experiencing more AR based games in the future, Microsoft could have something for you.
The live-action Minecraft movie has already suffered delays and at least there’s a new date now that fans can pencil into their calendars. Some may not be quick to take this new date at face value given the delays that have already taken place, they’d think the date could once again be pushed back. For now, though, they should expect the live-action Minecraft movie havecome out in Mach 2022.
If you have played Minecraft for a long time you might be familiar with the references to the game’s original creator Markus “Notch” Persson that were listed in the main menu of Minecraft. The game has received an update today which removes most of these references from the main menu. Some of you may not be aware that Minecraft is now owned by a big tech company that you may […]
An Xbox Game Pass subscription provides you with access to a library of more than 100 games that you can continue to play as long as you’re paying for the service. Microsoft regularly adds more titles to the library so that there’s always something new for players to try out. It’s now adding one of its most prized properties to the service. Minecraft is landing on Xbox Game Pass.
The Super Smash Bros franchise has typically drawn from Nintendo’s own franchises and also games that are popular on its platform, but we have also seen how it has pulled in character from other games. Now according to the latest rumors from Japanese website 5Channel (via Game Rant), we could be looking at some surprising additions.
Earlier this year, it was announced that an interactive version of Minecraft would be launching on Netflix. It does seem odd that Netflix would be the platform that Minecraft would launch on, considering that they’re not known for gaming, but like we said, this is an interactive version of Netflix which we guess doubles as a story as well.
Minecraft for the Apple TV was launched a couple of years ago which essentially made the game pretty much playable across multiple platforms, including mobile, PC, consoles, tablets, and so on. Unfortunately it seems that while Minecraft as a whole is successful, the version launched on the Apple TV wasn’t.
Microsoft launched the Minecraft: Education Edition back in late 2016. The title was provided to schools on Windows 10 and macOS machines initially and is now being expanded to the tablet. The iPad is a device that’s widely used in the education sector so it’s not surprising to see that Microsoft has announced that it’s bringing Minecraft: Education Edition to the iPad.
Several years ago, it was announced that a movie based around Minecraft was in the works. There was no set release date for the movie, but unfortunately it seems that whatever date the studios might have been aiming for might have been pushed back again because according to TheWrap, the movie has since been delayed.
Microsoft is welcoming the summer with two new Xbox One bundles. The bundles have been launched with PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, arguably one of the most popular games of the year, and the evergreen Minecraft. Both bundles will begin shipping soon to customers in the United States.
Cross-play wasn’t always encouraged by console makers and game publishers but things have been changing in the gaming industry over the past few years. More and more titles are now supporting cross-play between Microsoft’s and Nintendo’s gaming platforms as well as the PC. Sony owns one of the biggest gaming platforms and yet it’s still not embracing cross-play on the PlayStation 4. In what is likely going to be akin […]
There are many forms of entertainment, whether it be watching a movie or playing a game, but what if you could do both? According to a report from TechRadar, it seems that Netflix will be bringing Minecraft: Story Mode onto its platform this coming fall, which the company has clarified is not an indication that they will be launching games on its platform.
Late last year, Microsoft announced that Minecraft would be getting an update that would enable cross-platform support. It has been quite a while since the update was announced, but the good news is that gamers won’t have to wait much longer for the update to arrive, at least for the Nintendo Switch.
As you guys might have heard, back in 2017 Microsoft announced that Minecraft would be getting cross-platform support which included Nintendo’s latest console, the Switch. Now it seems that in addition to cross-platform support, Minecraft for the Nintendo Switch will be getting Xbox Live achievements as well.