Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition for PlayStation 3
PS3

Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition

Dec 17, 2013
8.86
playscore
Good
34th of 1270

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Mojang
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Imagine it, and you can build it! The critically acclaimed Minecraft comes to PlayStation®3 system. Create your very own game world and explore, build and conquer. When night falls the monsters appear, so ensure you’ve made yourself a shelter before they arrive. Make it through the night and the world is only limited by your imagination you choose what you want to make or what to do. Play on your own, cooperatively with friends in 2 player and 4 player split screen modes, or online with up to 8 players. Split screen option requires HD TV with HD connection.

Gamer Reviews

161884 Reviews
9.52
whatoplay
0 review
NA
Apr 21, 2021

To be honest, it really is a good game, but after a while of playing it, I kinda got a little boring. I think it'd be cooler if there were more physics so there couldn't be any floating blocks.

Jul 18, 2020
Good game at first but gets kind of boring
R13

R13

May 12, 2021
7.00
R13

R13

Mar 14, 2021
7.00
Med Romerro

Med Romerro

Mar 21, 2021
9.00
arturo lopez

arturo lopez

Mar 18, 2021
9.00
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73xingt0nXc0nc0rd

Dec 23, 2020
10.00

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

11 Reviews
8.20
Alex AvardSep 21, 2017
A communal imaginarium, a cultural phenomenon, and an epic social experiment; Minecraft is all of these things and more, but it’s also a superb example of gaming’s ability to ignite and inspire our fascination with creation.
Robert RamseyDec 24, 2013
Minecraft's arrival on the PS3 is exactly what you may have expected, as this is still the same addictive, quirky, and humorous title that's been available on the PC for years. It's easy to see why it's proved such a commercial juggernaut on other platforms, but that still doesn't mean that its graphical style and steady gameplay will appeal to everyone. If you can dig your way beyond the occasional bouts of boredom, however, be prepared to dig very deep indeed.
9.50
Brian AlbertJan 24, 2014
We’ve all spent a lot of time playing games where the goal is to kill things and break stuff down. It’s nice to finally play a game about building something up. Turning a pristine landscape into grand palaces and irrigation systems using your own two hands while things try to kill you isn’t just an amazingly rewarding gaming experience, it’s a clever retelling of human history. In a way, this is what we’re all instinctively driven to do, and Minecraft captures it brilliantly.

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