Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 1: The Order of the Stone

Telltale Games crafted a story for Minecraft, a game much recommended for fans of the original game.

Telltale’s famous creation of the The Walking Dead continues to surprise and expanding its possibilities to limit. After visiting universes like Fables or the Borderlands , now they stand up for a real challenge: create a story mode for Minecraft!

 

Minecraft  has achieved a fame by using a very simple concept brought to life and thanks to fans of the franchise made it one of the most active communities in history . It is also true that much of this community is quite young, so Telltale faces the challenge of covering the story with narrative that targets a certain type audience.

Story Mode

Minecraft: Story Mode – Episode 1: The Order of the Stone is just what you would expect. A game based on the decisions which, along with some QTEs , let you decide the story of a series of characters in the universe of Mojang. Telltale introduces a gameplay with some minor components included from original Minecraft to keep it original.

For the first time, we have given the ability to customize the look our character.

For the first time, we have given the ability to customize the look our character.

Story is aimed at a younger audience, and the dialogues are rather comical.In this five episodic adventure, which is the usual standard of Telltale Games, we are given a character whom can be customize for the first time, and can be male or female. Together with a number of partners, we set out to find the Order of the Stone , with which we hope to get things back to normal. Our world is under threat and at the edge oblivion, due to some event that happened and the only way to save it we need complete certain tasks.

Minecraft: Story Mode – Episode 1: The Order of the Stone will provide you with interactive story, but it’s focused to a target group rather than every gamer out there. This does not mean, if you never played the series you won’t enjoy it, there are a lot of talented people behind the script, whom created a strong story with the characters so the game grabs your attention right from the beginning.

Good

  • Art and the character upgraded visually, amazingly stayed faithful to the original
  • Voice acting is simply great

Bad

  • First Episode feels like a prologue other than a complete chapter.
  • Dialogues and contexts are targeted to a more younger audience, unless a fan of series, try other games of the developer.
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Good

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As far as I can remember, I've been surrounded by technology. My father bought us a Commodore 64 so I started playing games as a baby, following my passion with Amiga 500, then PC and so on. I love game related collectibles, and when I'm not collecting I review games, watch movies and TV Shows or you may catch me keeping a low profile at Game Events.

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