The PlayStation 3 provides your home with access to an amazing world of AAA games, blockbuster entertainment, and instant online play. With an incredible catalogue of over 1000 games including dozens of award-winning titles, there is an exciting world of adventures, campaigns and championships for you to discover on the PS3.
The PS3 provides the best value for players with a variety of bundles that include some of the best games available, as well as free instant access to a wide range of TV and entertainment apps including Amazon Instant Video, Netflix and BBC iPlayer.
And if you’re a PlayStation Plus member you’re entitled to an instant game collection which offers two games per month, which you can download direct to your console and a range of exclusive discounts in the PlayStation Store.
The PS3 is an incredible console that gives you everything you need to experience some of the greatest entertainment the world has to offer. Whether that’s on your Blu-Ray disc, favourite album, catch-up TV, or the latest platform adventure or football game, the PS3 is at the heart of your home, ready to entertain the whole family.
There are many accessories available to intensify your experience and get the most out of your PS3. If you’re a stickler for sound, then the Wireless Stereo Headset 2.0 allows you to hear unseen enemies and epic explosions in stunning 7.1 virtual surround sound. Or if you like being seen as well as heard then the PlayStation Eye camera puts you, your friends and family into the game. And if you enjoy integrating movement into your gameplay, then the PlayStation Move motion controller puts a whole new gaming experience in the palm of your hand.
Minecraft is a game made up of infinite possibilities. If you can imagine it you can create it.
Minecraft is split into two separate game modes. Creative and Survival. You can play both of them in multiplayer. If you’re mostly interested in making huge structures from scratch with unlimited resources, Creative mode is your best bet. You won’t see any enemies, and you can pull blocks of all shapes and sizes out of thin air. It’s a peaceful world.
However, if you’d prefer to adventure into a world of danger, where you’re crafting and creating out of necessity, you’ll probably want to play in Survival mode. That comes with gangs of monsters who want to break/explode/eat your bones, one pixel at a time. You’ll need to protect yourself from the creatures that come out at night.
Bizarrely repetitive and perilously addictive, isn't it time you got digging?
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