Regardless of whether it's in a sequel or not, though, you can still provide feedback on it (which you have, but I don't want every suggestion in this series to be leapfrogging between the suggestion and whether or not we should have a Minecraft 2).
Do you happen to know the amount of work a game like this takes? Especially one that's meant to be better? New team or not, is it actually worth the time? I'm just really having trouble with how you would want me to support this. You think I'm just not liking this because I see "Minecraft 2" and decided to 'be a hater' but a new engine and graphics with a bit of steroid injections won't sell me on a sequel to a sandbox game with no lore or story.
It's not the easiest type of game out there, but it's certainly not that complex. 3D voxel sandbox games can be found all over, and you can easily find tutorials on how to make your own. Other than generation (which people like theMasterCaver have shown is actually incredibly simple), Minecraft's other mechanics are actually pretty rudimentary, consisting largely of timers and comparing static values.
Didn't I make both these comparisons in your first thread? Both accounts would be banned years ago if either of us pulled that sockpuppet crap. I do dress like a woman in front of my mirror and pretend to be her though. Don't tell her I said that.
I was joking, though I don't think you mentioned Dwarf Fortress.
Don't worry, Thericerroz, your secret is safe with me...for now.
Unreal 3 and 4 might look better, but UT2004 is still the greatest UT out there because they removed a lot of things that made UT2004 one of the funnest games out there. Examples of sequels that could have been equal or better, but weren't. I still think Minecraft is different enough from Unreal for one series to benefit from sequels more than the other...
Oops, I meant Unreal Engine 4. Either way, what they are continuing is simply increasing or changing the features, not necessarily storyline.
That game doesn't look that far off from Minecraft. In fact, I can't see much of a difference.
That game has pretty much everything this particular suggestion asks for in graphical fidelity. If you can't see much of a difference, then I think you would say that this suggestion fits Minecraft.
These are some rather generic reasons. Mojang would probably be better off making a game that had a different thing going for it - something original than sequeling what's already one of the most popular games of all time.
Yeah, I guess they are. I'll be frank, the reason I personally want Minecraft 2 is because I like Minecraft, but I've gotten bored of it, and I want to get back into it without having to depend on mods, and I personally think Mojang would only benefit from the release of such a game.