Minecraft: Playstation 4 Edition for PlayStation 4

Minecraft: Playstation 4 Edition

Sep 4, 2014
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Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Mojang
Content Rating: Everyone10+


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

101757 Reviews
0 review
Mar 25, 2022

Go ahead and waste your money on this game if you like being creative, I don't see what's wrong on buying this game except for you will eventually get over it due to the boredom and loneliness you will get sadly but you will get back to it every time I bet...

Feb 2, 2022

I know most people don't even play this edition anymore, since it got updated to bedrock.

But when you play it, it feels nostalgic. And it feels amazing when you play the tutorial.

So if you love Minecraft nostalgia, this is the game for you.

Jan 22, 2022

Proposta 72

Gráficos 76

Controles 84

Som 88

Dificuldade 86

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Critic Reviews

12 Reviews
Chandler WoodSep 10, 2014
Minecraft PS4 Edition is a tried-and-true game in a solid console format. Couch co-op is extremely fun and easy to jump into, – it’s like the video game version of the perfect playground. It’s a game unlike any other for the PS4. Countless activities await you, and you never know what could happen. Dig in, and watch out for creepers!
Nathan MichalikSep 09, 2014
The improved visuals and larger settings alone make for a significantly better experience than is currently available on older consoles. Granted, the title’s not to everyone’s tastes, but there’s a reason that it’s dug a path into the hearts of millions of players since its initial release in 2011 – and you’ll probably have an inkling of whether you’re a fan by now.
Brian AlbertSep 05, 2014
It’s nice to finally play a game about building something up. Reshaping a pristine landscape into new world 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 on new-gen systems.

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