100% Orange Juice is getting its version 2.0 update in the coming days. Lets have a look at the change list:
As 4J Studios add more texture packs and more bug fix updates to the Xbox Minecraft game, does it make it work better? The simple answer NO!
Update 13 to the game was a bug fix to fix all the little things that were a problem in update 12, but as 4J add more bug fixes to the game they make more bugs breaking the game more and more. In the new update the player’s hand has been changed to make it move better but now looks like it has no power in using the tools and placing a block is made harder by the hand moving slow and flicking across the screen.
But out of all the changes in the new update 4J said that the lighting problem from the start of the game releases back in May 9th 2012 had been fixed for the 11th time but has it? No. With more lighting problems, with shadows and seeing into buildings with black lines and black blocks in the sides of walls – its far from fixed.
So what has 4J done that has worked? They have fixed lots of little problems but have left the bigger one to stop the game from working at its best. After update 9 come out on the April 4th of this year it needed 2 more bug fixes before the game was finale updated to the 12th update which add more items and even more fixes to the game.
4J need to fix all the problems with the game before the next in-game update and fix all the problems with the next in-game update (14/15) before letting it out to the public because it is stopping people from playing the game with all the problems that it has.
4J are also making the Xbox One, PS4, PS3 and Vita Minecraft game. So will they be better or the same than the Xbox 360 or with more or less problems. Let’s hope for the fans with Xbox One, PS4, PS3 and Vita that the game will work the first time round and not have lots of bug fixes.
Xbox 360 update information/bug fixes: http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Xbox_360_Edition_version_history
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