- May 22, 2009
Wait, what. Theres a crossover?!Virmire said:This strikes me as being like a Call of Duty and Battlefield crossover. Pretty well the same thing.
And then the world implodes.-Dragmire- said:
Hey, you know what's fun? Reading the entire article and not just the headline.Simalacrum said:You know, I can't help but feel like Mojang is sort of... Cashing out... Out this point.
I mean, Minecraft is awesome and all, but... Lego? Really? On top of all the other stuff... Xbox/iOS ports, merchandise, a whole freakin' convention... It's starting to feel like Mojang are exploiting they're fan base. Heck, they even 'released Minecraft, increasing its price, when some of the most prominent bugs in the game haven't even been ironed out yet. (eg. The mob spawning while you sleep bug)
Those dirty exploitative bastards! How dare they work with LEGO to create a product that their fans want to see created and then give all the royalties to charity?!Mike Kayatta said:The collaboration stems from community support on Lego's Cuusoo website, which encourages fans to suggest ideas for new block sets or show their support for ones currently being considered. Needless to say, the Minecraft set found massive support as soon as it was posted.
Mojang has also promised any royalties it makes from the project to charity.
It'll be for every console under the sun including the 3DS for all your 3D viewing pleasure!boag said: