You better watch out and you would better not cry because, ho! Ho! Ho! Minecraft is coming to Nintendo. The ever popular game, that’s been wasting our nights and ruining our friendship in a more fiendish way than Monopoly ever could is finally coming to Nintendo Wii. Minecraft is set to launch on Nintendo Wii U on the 17th of December.
So, if you were unsure on what you want for Christmas, here’s just a friendly suggestion. Go ahead to your local game shop or log into your Nintendo eShop account and take a look at the new version of Minecraft. The game itself has everything you need: building things, destroying stuff, burning villages, slashing zombies and you can even to that with your group of friends or with your family member.
And if this doesn’t persuade into buying the ever popular build-and-burn video game, maybe the price will make you reconsider. According to Nintendo, the game will be released at a retail price of 30 dollars. The game will be available for the U version of Nintendo Wii.
But that doesn’t necessarily imply that the game will only be available for Nintendo. That would be an erroneous statement. In fact, since it was launched, the game was such a hit that the developers decided it to port the game to other devices. Hence, the game is now available on PC, MAC, Android, Windows Phone, Xbox, and PlayStation.
Another piece of good news regards the content of the game. As we are aware, when you buy a version of Minecraft, regardless of the platform, the game comes with the latest DLCs and goodies. Well, so does this version of Minecraft. Apart from incorporating the latest add-ons and expansion packs, the game also comes with a nifty thing capable of letting gamers play the game without interrupting anyone.
This means that the game itself comes with the off-play feature, which lets you play the game while someone else is watching TV. And if you thought that Minecraft hasn’t become an iconic game, then you’re dead wrong.
Microsoft, the tech giant, the big cat itself, had to pay a whopping 2.5 billion dollars in order to buy Minecraft. And since the game was launched, Mojang marketing was so good that it was capable of selling 20 million copies for Mac and PC and more than 30 million copies for all mobile platforms.