Here is how I play Minecraft: Step one: find a tree. Step two: build a house. Step three: walk in one direction for five minutes. Step four: get bored, turn off the game. If only there was something like Minecraft, but with tangible goals. And if only it was also… a JRPG?
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With Monster Hunter World and Dragon Ball FighterZ out of the way, things are settling down for a week or two. But if you're in need of something to play, there's always the Shadow of the Colossus remake, which drops on Wednesday. Kids will also enjoy the Dragon Quest take on Minecraft with Dragon Quest Builders, and Card Crawl looks like a fun alternative for anyone who enjoyed Hand of Fate.
One moment, you're on top of the world, the next, completely helpless. Weaponless, defenseless, and pretty much helpless. Last time, we talked about nine games that took away all our weapons. This time, we talk about nine more games that stripped us of all resistance.
This week on Kotaku Splitscreen, Jason and I sat down in the very same room to talk about hamburgers, poutine, and also occasionally video games.
For years now, people have been building amazing creations in Minecraft. But in Japan, people don't need Minecraft to make cool constructions. Thank Minecraft clone, Dragon Quest Builders for that.
Remember the Metal Slime-covered PS4 console that Sony released in Japan last December? This is pretty much the same thing, but it's a Vita.
Today, Square Enix announced a new Dragon Quest spin-off title. It's called Dragon Quest Builders and looks like Minecraft.