When Minecraft launched as a downloadable on the PlayStation, it broke all kinds of records. For very good reason.
Having already become gaming’s largest indie success on the PC and Mac, there was something, to say the least, of a pent-up demand to see it on console.
We saw something similar with the release of The Ultimate Player’s Guide to Minecraft. There are numerous subtle and not-so-subtle differences between the game in its Java form on PC and Mac and the edition released for the PlayStation, and many readers clamored for more specific guidance.
With that in mind, we completely overhauled the book from top to tail, producing the first PlayStation-specific Minecraft title, with in-depth tutorials and detailed information on ...