'Honest Game Trailers' puts its comedic crosshairs on Minecraft

The Honest Game Trailers series has been skewering big names in gaming since March, including Call of DutyGrand Theft Auto and Mortal Kombat. None is sacred and none is safe, certainly not Minecraft, the latest victim.

As with the others, creator Smosh Games is careful to point out their Twitter mob has called for the latest game's head. To be fair, though, there is plenty to make fun of even in a popular game like Minecraft, from the dullness of mining obsidian blocks to showing dazzling creations the average gamer has no hope of building for himself.

For more of the Honest Trailers series, this link has the entire run, spanning 13 episodes so far.

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