Minecraft release on Nintendo Wii U

Minecraft: Wii U Edition
The rumors dsys thet PEGI - a European rating Agency, reported that the brand of Minecraft: Wii U Edition has been certified for release. The product rating is 7, same as all other console versions of Minecraft.

PEGI also warns that the game contains unrealistic scenes of violence against fantastic creatures, and some sounds present in the game can scare your child.

Recall that Minecraft has long paved the way for other console markets. There are, for example, Minecraft: Pocket Edition for smartphones and the version for the PlayStation Vita. However, until recently, there were no rumors about the release of the famous virtual sandbox on the Nintendo Wii U.

At the moment there is no information about possible differences in Mincraft: the Wii U and other console versions (such differences exist, e.g. between the version for the PS Vita and smartphone version), but one thing is for certain: the gamepad and stylus of the Wii U console will provide players with many wonderful opportunities to create a world in this wonderful game.

Various game reviewers have already contacted Nintendo UK on entering Minecraft on their console, but the company spokesman didn't give any comments about it. Recall that Nintendo recently had a Nintendo Direct broadcast, but did not say a single word about Minecraft.

In other words, the release of Minecraft on the Nintendo Wii U is not officially confirmed, but there is no doubt that the guys from Nintendo will soon make an official statement on the matter. It is not known also, whether there is Minecraft: Wii U Edition until the end of 2015, but we'll let you know as soon as more specific information.

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 2015-11-16 04:18:50

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