Minecraft isn’t the only game in town, it has a lot of clones and it has a lot of games that have been inspired by it.
So today, I wanted to look at three games that have a focus on building and exploration in various ways, and are not Minecraft Clones at all.
With the controversy surrounding Activision Blizzard these days, it’s hard to go back to a lot of their games, especially the likes of Diablo. With the recent release of Diablo 2: Resurrected and Diablo 3 being the only newer Diablo that people have had to play for ages – and people not wanting to part with their hard-earned money to buy either Diablo 2: R or Diablo 3, due to Blizzard’s terrible work conditions and harassment of its employees – what can you play instead?
Unlike previous instalments, Life is Strange: True Colors is coming in its entirety at launch and a slightly more expensive edition of the game will be available, which bundles in a bunch of DLC and more importantly gives you access to the Life is Strange: Remastered collection.