The latest update to the mega-hit Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition is out now. The next time you start your game, you will automatically download patch 11. This time around, there are no super exciting new features or items available, however. Update 11 is simply a fix to some of the bugs and glitches that have been present in the game. For a complete list of those fixes, take a look at the patch notes below:
Hard to believe, but Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition was released exactly one year ago yesterday. What better way to celebrate the first year anniversary of the sandbox classic than to make a free set of birthday skins available to all players? That is exactly what Microsoft and Mojang have decided to do. Aptly titled the "1st Birthday Skin Pack," this particular skin pack will add an additional 23 skins to the already huge assortment of 319 skins that can be found in eight other packs. Here's a list of all of the skins that are included in the birthday bash:
Let's face it. There are two types of people in the world. Those who love Minecraft, and those who don't. For those of us who love Minecraft, we are usually pretty happy to hear about news of any kind regarding the game. With Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition, more often than not that news is usually regarding a new skin pack. While these skin packs do not alter the actual gameplay in the slightest, they serve as a fun and entertaining alternative from the original skins. We enjoy distinguishing our co-op partners online by the myriad of skins that have been released since the game first came out for the Xbox 360.
Legions of Minecraft fans will be rejoicing this week, as the new update for Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition is now set in stone. Update number 9, which will add the Enderdragon (among other things), has officially passed Microsoft certification testing and will be released this week on Friday, April 5th. We have been covering the changes that were to come with this update in previous weeks. The biggest change will be the addition of the souped-up Enderdragon. Besides this larger than life addition, a good number of minor changes will also come to the wonderful world of Minecraft. For a full list of changes, take a look below:
Lets face it, when you are looking for a great cooperative romp on a console, Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition comes up often in conversation. It is fun, accessible, addictive, and is constantly being supported by great updates. Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition has been out for almost a year, and it looks like there will be a retail disc release for the game on April 30.
Awesomenauts’ recent update, Patch 1.13, has Mojang and Ronimo joining forces! Robotic character, Clunk, has been given a brand new skin and sound effects that creepily familiar.
As of Monday, Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition has hit over 5 million sales on Xbox Live. The sandbox game that shattered sales records within the first 24 hours of release continues to shoot for the stars, practically touching them as we speak.
This past weekend, Co-Optimus and hundreds of other organizations teamed together to generate roughly 2 million dollars to the Children’s Miracle Network through the 2012 Extra Life fundraiser. Though slightly different in the fundraising approach than us, the developers of Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition will join in this charity season through the new "Halloween Skin Pack" DLC, where all its proceeds will go directly to charity.
These Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition Skin Packs cannot be stopped (not that we'd want to)! Possibly one of the biggest XBLA titles ever to be released is constantly giving players more content to play around with. This time, more character skins will be coming to console players while we wait for a title update of real substance.
It was only a few short weeks ago the Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition gained its highly sought after 1.7.3 patch, giving us loads of new trinkets to play with, such as autosave options, piston mechanics, and shears. Unfortunately, this included a whole slew of new bugs to address. Luckily, Mojang and Microsoft have released a new patch to correct these minor problems and get Minecraft back on track.
Within 24 hours, Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition has broken the XBLA record for the most sales upon release, claiming the hill over RedLynx’s enormously addictive title, Trials Evolution. Although this is quite an accomplishment for any developer, others feel that the game’s success was propelled by Microsoft favoritism.
The hit indie PC sensation finally makes its way to the console in Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition. With it comes couch co-op play and numerous enhancements, but are those enough to overcome some of the freedom the PC allows? Find out in our review.
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