Taking the sprites of the original 151 Pokémon and recreating them in Minecraft sounds like a no-brainer, but actually executing the task is another thing entirely. It took redditor QueenMercury anywhere from 30 minutes to 3 hours a pop to craft the creatures, and you can see each one of the results in the imgur gallery after the jump.
Owen Hill of Minecraft maker Mojang had some good news for PlayStation 3 players over at Sony's PS blog. The PS3 version of the much-loved game is set to arrive in North America on December 17. More after the jump.
Those of you playing Minecraft on Xbox 360 have a new update to look forward to from developer 4J Studios. 1.8.2 is set to fix bugs, add new food, and more when it eventually hits XBLA. The update is currently about two weeks away from being sent to Microsoft for certification, so for now enjoy the "New Food" preview after the jump.
Everyone remembers kicking off Final Fantasy VII in the imposingly futuristic Midgar, and now you can fully explore the metropolis in Minecraft. YouTube user makavelibranded4 posted a video of the impressive creation, as well as a link to download the city and play with it yourself. Check it out past the break!
If you've ever wanted to revisit a slightly blockier version of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, the Hyrulecraft project is tailor made for you. Fans have put together a lovingly accurate 1:1 scale recreation of Hyrule, and you can explore it for yourself in Minecraft, or just soak in the sights of the video past the jump!
Now that Minecraft is finally out in an official capacity, it's time to look toward the future with a trailer for the Xbox Live Arcade version of Mojang's mega hit. Video after the jump!
Wow, would ya look at that, a Freddie Wong video that doesn't feature Freddie himself. Instead, a disgruntled Minecraft player takes to a familiar alley to let her anger loose on a horde of Creepers. Video after the jump!
People have created a lot of amazing things in Minecraft, and the latest is definitely one of the most interesting... and odd. From Minecraft video group MinecraftA2Z comes some sweet stop-motion animation of Tetris running on the original Game Boy.
Those hooked on Minecraft are about to enter a whole new era of the resource-mining, world-building indie sandbox game. Hit the jump to check out a teaser trailer for the upcoming "Adventure Update."