Minecraft najlepszą grą roku wg. magazynu Time.
Według znawców tematu, czyli redaktorów prasy drukowanej, magazynu Time, najlepszą grą roku 2011 jest Minecraft.
Niewątpliwie wciągający świat, w którym wielbiciele pikselozy stosowanej znajdują radość w budowaniu i tworzeniu, jest wydarzeniem roku, lecz czy aby na pewno jest to GRA roku 2011?
Teraz czekamy na rankingi takich uznanych opiniotwórców w świecie gier, jak Fakt, Gazeta Wyborcza i Pani Basia
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|Guest written :||02.10.2013 - 23:43|
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|Guest written :||02.10.2013 - 09:38|
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