The Attack on Titan fever has taken over Minecraft, as you can see in this very detailed video showcasing Shiganshina District, the setting where it all started.
Created by Studio Miyabi, the world is still incomplete, with only 65% of the project already done. According to Anime News Network, the creators have pegged the finished product to be done before the year ends.
The sheer amount of detail here goes beyond expectations, not only with the presence of the Colossal Titan peeking from the top of the wall, but also the landscape beyond the divide. You can even imagine Eren Jaeger and Mikasa Ackerman running around looking for firewood as kids, or Levi and Commander Erwin Smith riding off with the Recon Corps.
The Colossal Titan overlooking the wall in Attack on Titan.
Shiganshina District is the setting for the first episode and chapter of Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyojin). The story tells of humanity's stand once its protective wall was breached by the Colossal Titan, a member of a mysterious species bent on preying on and extinguishing humanity.
Hopefully this world will be expanded to cover the inner cities, making it an incredible project and map to explore. Check out the video to see the details of the world.
Another part of Shiganshina
Pokemon world translated to Minecraft
Clocking in another world from a Japanese animation is Pokemon, where a new video teases what could be a future world in Minecraft for those who love these little pocket monsters.
The creator, MediocreJake, had spent 40 hours of planning and 120 hours putting together 91,896 photos and a 50GB map into a 10-minute video showcasing the whole of Kanto, Minecraft style.
The video shows a quick look at building the world. On his YouTube page, the creator has provided a link for those who want to apply for the server.
MTV Mutiplayer quotes MediocreJake on his Reddit, "Getting the scale right was pretty difficult to be honest. And getting the routes to line up."
The map will be accessible in the future, though the timeline for release has yet to be announced.
Dive into Franklin's GTA 5 pad in Minecraft
If you want to take a break from playing GTA 5, why not transfer to Minecraft, where you can enjoy a new map of Franklin's pad.
From boveybrawlers, who created the map, he details that the texture pack used is Flows HD and shader pack to be DoubleBubble. This is a perfect recreation of the architecture, seeing as how the creator had taken loads of pictures to capture every angle of the apartment in GTA 5.
According to the creator, you can use the apartment for anything else, so long as you have the time and effort to get it out of the world file.
"A large portion of the house is blacked out and most of the rooms are inaccessible. I'm not sure whether these are unlockable in the game but if I find a design for the rooms, I will update this submission!" said boveybrawlers in Planet Minecraft.