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Minecraft: Medieval Fortress Guidebook Review

Minecraft: Medieval Fortress Guidebook Review

Minecraft: Medieval Fortress is a building guidebook that can be appealing to both newcomers and experienced players. Being an avid player of the game for several years now, the booklet caught my attention as building had always been something that I had wanted to do, but lacked the creative flair in order to do so, instead dedicating my time to online PvP servers.

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Within Medieval Fortress, you are given a step-by-step guide into building your own medieval town, complete with villages, castles and defence walls (with actual defensive measures, such as player outposts and traps within it). The illustrations within the book make the builds extremely easy to follow and splits & categorises it into many different sections, as to make sure the reader does not get lost or confused.

 

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Overall, the Medieval Fortress Guidebook is a fantastic gift for anyone who owns Minecraft. Even if they don’t build very often, the detailed explanations behind each step make it very easy for new builders to follow, yet its complexity and sheer detail means that experienced builders can still find something new.

3.00/3

Minecraft: Medieval Fortress Guidebook Review

Even if you don’t build very often, the detailed explanations behind each step make it very easy for new builders to follow, yet its complexity and sheer detail means that experienced builders can still find something new

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Steve 'Rasher' Greenfield

Steve 'Rasher' Greenfield

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Steve tends to do more work in the background these days than on the website. Keeps him out of trouble.

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