Minecraft: Story Mode - Episode 6: A Portal to Mystery for PC
PC - Windows

Minecraft: Story Mode - Episode 6: A Portal to Mystery

Jun 7, 2016
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Developer: Telltale Games
Content Rating: Everyone10+


Continuing their journey through the portal hallway, Jesse and crew land themselves in another strange new world - one completely overrun by zombies. With a timely invitation to take refuge in a spooky mansion, they find themselves thrown into a thrilling mystery alongside famous members of the Minecraft community: Captain Sparklez, Stampy Cat, DanTDM (The Diamond Minecart), LDShadowLady, AND Stacy Plays!

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Critic Reviews

3 Reviews
Kyle HansonJun 07, 2016
Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 6 brings on some YouTube talent that will please their fans, but disappoint everyone else. The central story, which involves a spooky house and a murder mystery, has its moments, but the overall feeling is that this was not the episode that fans waited so long for.
Olivia FalkAug 15, 2017
There's a lot wrong with Minecraft: Story Mode. From its technical issues to its plot to its business model, it really has a lot going against it. Yet, despite all that, it still had its memorable moments. As the writing improved, things became more engaging. As the characters established themselves, they became more likeable (and detestable, for some). Hell, one moment even came close to generating tears: an achievement on its own for a game that feels like a Saturday morning cartoon.
Andrea RubbiniJun 24, 2016
A Portal To Mystery contiene a sorpresa un'indagine di omicidio, divertente e leggera, che si chiude con una solida sequenza d'azione finale. La presenza di cinque star di YouTube nei panni delle vittime (meno una che è l'assassino) aggiunge lievito all'episodio, sempre ammesso che sappiate chi siano. Rimane comunque il fatto che come apertura di una nuova trilogia non lascia presagire una narrazione di ampio respiro, perciò potreste volere aspettare la fine prima di investire in un pass di stagione.