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So, I like Minecraft and I know it's kinda like a 2D version of it, a lot like StarBound as well, but it fits well to be played on a controller rather than a keyboard? I might get it if it does.

Iknowf it's available to the 360 as well so you can also share your thoughts about it here, as I wanna know how well does it feels to play this,game with a controller.



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I don't understand this game, honestly. I died a lot before I moved on to something better (This War of Mine). However--and I know this doesn't answer your question--after playing it on PC and Vita, I thought the Vita version was superior by a lot.

So, go buy a Vita.



pokoko said:
I don't understand this game, honestly. I died a lot before I moved on to something better (This War of Mine). However--and I know this doesn't answer your question--after playing it on PC and Vita, I thought the Vita version was superior by a lot.

So, go buy a Vita.


So your conclusion is to me to get a Vita? xD

Well, if it plays well on Vita it might play well on a DS3 too. Unless is the touch fuctions from Vita which make it good.



BraLoD said:
pokoko said:
I don't understand this game, honestly. I died a lot before I moved on to something better (This War of Mine). However--and I know this doesn't answer your question--after playing it on PC and Vita, I thought the Vita version was superior by a lot.

So, go buy a Vita.


So your conclusion is to me to get a Vita? xD

Well, if it plays well on Vita it might play well on a DS3 too. Unless is the touch fuctions from Vita which make it good.

Mainly, if I remember right, the Vita version had been polished up from the PC version, so that might be true of the PS3 version, as well.  What I really liked, though, was that aiming was a lot better with an analog stick, so that should definitely carry over to the PS3, I would think.  You just hold your stick in one direction and spam attack or mine or whatever.  That made the tedious fights less tiresome.



pokoko said:
BraLoD said:


So your conclusion is to me to get a Vita? xD

Well, if it plays well on Vita it might play well on a DS3 too. Unless is the touch fuctions from Vita which make it good.

Mainly, if I remember right, the Vita version had been polished up from the PC version, so that might be true of the PS3 version, as well.  What I really liked, though, was that aiming was a lot better with an analog stick, so that should definitely carry over to the PS3, I would think.  You just hold your stick in one direction and spam attack or mine or whatever.  That made the tedious fights less tiresome.


Good, I might try it then. Hope StarBound also comes to PS3 (remember reading it was to come to PS4).



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BraLoD said:




Good, I might try it then. Hope StarBound also comes to PS3 (remember reading it was to come to PS4).

Vita version sounds like a nice bet, it's portable to boot which is a nice bonus.

Wouldn't hope too much on Starbound, we'll be lucky if it even gets finished on PC, I've been following and playing the game since it released on steam (2013) and updates haven't been all that great...



                                       

After dinking around in Terraria for about 10-20 hours with my wife... I got pretty bored with it. She kept playing for probably another 20 hours after that before I picked it back up again with some mods this time. Ended up putting another 50 or so hours into it with mods and that made it a pretty excellent experience. If you can get it on PC, go for that. Games like Terraria, Minecraft, and Don't Starve are all made even better with mods because imo, the vanilla experience gets pretty boring pretty fast.



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Chazore said:
BraLoD said:
 




Good, I might try it then. Hope StarBound also comes to PS3 (remember reading it was to come to PS4).

Vita version sounds like a nice bet, it's portable to boot which is a nice bonus.

Wouldn't hope too much on Starbound, we'll be lucky if it even gets finished on PC, I've been following and playing the game since it released on steam (2013) and updates haven't been all that great...

Don't jynx it xS



Recycle001 said:
After dinking around in Terraria for about 10-20 hours with my wife... I got pretty bored with it. She kept playing for probably another 20 hours after that before I picked it back up again with some mods this time. Ended up putting another 50 or so hours into it with mods and that made it a pretty excellent experience. If you can get it on PC, go for that. Games like Terraria, Minecraft, and Don't Starve are all made even better with mods because imo, the vanilla experience gets pretty boring pretty fast.


I watched the trailer for the PS3 version, seems like it have some stuff more than the pc version did.



Not my type of game and didn't get it when it was free on the 360.