Minecraft Xbox 360 Skyrim Texture Pack Now Available

Minecraft Xbox 360 Skyrim Texture Pack Now Available

Do you love Minecraft? Do you love Skyrim? Do you wish you could play both at the same time? Well – you kind of can now that the Skyrim pack has been released for the Xbox 360 version of Minecraft.

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim to Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition contains a themed-texture set, a total of 40 character skins, as well as having its UI, inventory and menu all Skyrim-themed. Better yet, you’ll be able to listen to some of the Skyrim soundtrack as you play through Minecraft. (more…)

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