Over the many years and names of Minecraft's live broadcasts, the show has always felt, the same. No matter how many special activities go on, it's never a truely special standing out performance. What I've learned is, is that the production is the problem. It's good, just not the best. It feels like a game show more than a show about a game. What Minecon used to be, was an event people could physically go to and hear announcements on updates and discussion about the game. Now, it's just a show that nobody really gets to be a part of. What I'm saying for all of this, is that the show should feel like you're there. It should feel familiar, as if you were a part of it. Maybe add in a 360 camera. Maybe have more interactions, such as answering questions online (like the mini series on the Minecraft YouTube channel) live. Maybe mix up the set to make it feel like you're in Minecraft. It could be too late to do some of these things, but considering nobody is going to be there, and the festival was cancelled, these could make it unique.