Some spellbinding tunes and lovely sound effects, as well as a nice scene-setting voice over preceding each of the game's missions. Nice.
The trademark Minecraft blocks in all their pixel-textured glory, across a range of atmospheric environments with lovely lighting. Occasionally, the frame rate can hang when things get a little bit hectic, though, which is a shame.
A simplistic dungeon-crawler packed with difficulty options that deftly tread the line between accessible and challenging, providing an experience that's appealing to players of all skill levels. The perfect balance.
While a straight line through Dungeons' story will take about 5-6 hours at the most, additional modes, secrets, and the ever-present pull of shiny loot will keep you coming back for more.
A nice, well-balanced list with a good spread, rewarding both short-term objectives and lengthier tasks that will take some grinding. Beating the Arch-Illager on Apocalypse difficulty, being an example of the latter.