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Zombies, creepers and kids all flock to Minecraft’s block party
The multi-platform construction and battles game has become a worldwide phenomenon – so much so that it can draw thousands to live events

As a corporate conference venue, London’s ExCeL Centre is regularly overwhelmed by besuited executives dealing in arcane business jargon. This weekend, however, an altogether different sub-culture was in charge, as Creepers, Zombies, Skeletons and thousands of children congregated to celebrate a common digital passion: Minecraft.

Minecraft involves exploring a world made out of digital blocks, which can be broken up and made into new materials and structures, from pickaxes and swords to buildings and carts. Its “creative mode” puts the emphasis on building, while its “survival mode” sees players having to battle monsters which come out at night.

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Minecon 2015 – in pictures

The annual Minecraft conference comes to London’s Excel centre for Saturday and Sunday. Photographer Katherine Anne Rose met some of the players

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Sailor Moon Crystal: "Showdown, Death Phantom" Review

Warning: Full spoilers from the episode follow.

I can barely read what I'm writing right now. The tears! They won't stop!  And it's all because Act 23 was a heck of a roller coaster ride. There was a noble sacrifice, an unexpected awakening, and an epic face-off between good and evil. So many feels!

This episode is called Showdown, Death Phantom, but it should be called Heroine, Sailor Pluto. Because that is what Pluto is. A true hero. She knew she was going to die once she left the Space-Time door and used her Garnet Rod to stop time, but she didn't care. All she could think about was saving her friends from eminent destruction (AKA Demande smashing the Silver Crystals together and blowing up the world).

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Mega Man Legends Devs Announce Red Ash, Launch Kickstarter

After a brief teaser released earlier this week, the development team at Comcept has revealed exactly what they're working on with Red Ash: The Indelible Legend.

A third-person action RPG, Keiji Inafune and his team at Comcept have partnered with Studio 4℃ to create a universe that pays homage to both Japanese anime and classic Japanese game design, all while seeking to be a sort of spiritual successor to the Mega Man Legends series.

Red Ash takes place in a world where humans are almost extinct as a result of a large-scale robot world war. Class structure has been rigidly divided into the haves and the have-nots, and many of the surviving humans hunt now-feral robots for their Lost Technology. The story of Red Ash: Indelible Legend focuses on Beck, Tyger, Call, and Gofer, four characters who make their livelihood by obtaining this same Lost Technology.

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