Would you prefer it if Minecraft becomes more realistic, loosing things like the wither, becon, witches ext.
I think it would be nice if the focus is directed on things like more species animals and plants and minarals.
do you agree?
You mean remove fundamental Minecraft? Because the first thing that pops into your head when someone says "Minecraft" is the creeper, and unless I'm mistaken (which is possible) exploding green penis-monsters don't exist in the real world. Then there are zombies, skeletons, slimes, really all that would be left is the pig, cow, sheep, chicken and bat.
If you want a realistic game similar to Minecraft, go make one. Leave this one alone.
If I wanted Minecraft to be realistic I would just go play outside.
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Minecraft already is realistic enough. The parts that seem they are not realistic are just made for fun or so people can progress in the game easier and faster, (ie: chopping down a tree with a fist).
Yes, so there is a couple things people might find weird like punching a tree with your first and chopping it down in less than 5 seconds. But let's be honest. You need wood to create your first axe/hatchet. How else are you going to get it?
NO. I would not like to have Minecraft be more realistic. Do you realize how horrible it would be to have to gather real iron ore, put it in a furnace to melt it, scrap off any impure layers on top, make sure that the furnace stays above the melting point of iron, pouring the giant cauldron or molten metal into a mold you had to craft yourself (which leads to more tediousness), heat treating/cold working/tempering/quenching the material to manipulate its properties to suit your needs for a sword (yes, this example is for a sword), and fashion a hilt either out of metal (which repeats much of the above) or another material (which makes more work)? All that, just for a sword. An iron sword. Iron sucks. We'd then have to add carbon to get steel and thus a better overall blade. THAT would require working knowledge of phase diagrams for steel.
Seriously. Games are unrealistic for a reason, reality often sucks. Maybe I'm carrying what you mean by realism too far, but I would be disappointed if the game became realistic, was advertised as "Now Realistic", and didn't have the game simulate the laborious process of metal working.
If Minecraft were made realistic, that would mean removing the giant exploding green phallic objects that are so thoroughly associated with the game to the point of being its mascot. So no, don't make it any more realistic than it already is.